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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
REPORT 

OK THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE 
1945 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



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Printed and Published by F. I£. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1946 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



REPORT 



OF THE 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE 



1945 



PRINTED BV ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 12. 1946 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most. Excellent Majesty 

1946 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

For the Year Ended 30th June, 1945 



To His Honour the Lieiitenant-Governor-in-Coiincil: 

The Governors of the University of Toronto have the honour to present 
their thirty-ninth annual report of the financial administration of the 
University", including an extensive research programme, together with the 
President's report on the academic work of the University and its Colleges 
for the Session 1944-45 and covering the activities of different departments. 

Statements covering the funds and assets, including investment, etc., are 
shown as they stood at the close of business on 30th June, 1945, together with 
detailed receipts and expenditures of the Board, prepared by the Bursar, for 
the fiscal year which ended on that date, and the certificate of audit of Mr. 
G. T. Clarkson, F.C.A. of the firm of Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth and Nash. 

The Auditor's report states that he made an examination of the Balance 
Sheet as at 30th June, 1945, and that he examined or tested the accounting 
records: that the securities representing the investments of the University', 
the Endowment and Trust Funds, which are held for safekeeping by the 
Canadian Bank of Commerce, were produced for his examination on 3rd 
July, 1945, and found to be in agreement with the Bursar's records. 

The general revenue for the \ear amounted to $2,032,941, which together 
with the Special Legislative Grant of $1,300,000 made a gross total of $3,332,941. 
The expenditures under the appropriations made by the Board for salaries 
and maintenance totalled $3,202,374 (exclusive of the Ontario College of 
Education which is maintained by a separate vote), to which was added 
$66,375 representing interest written to certain scholarship and trust funds 
less interest on bank balances, together with $85,630 for Wartime Bonus paid 
to salaried employees, making a total expenditure of $3,354,379 resulting in an 
excess of expenditure over receipts for the year of $21,438 which when reduced 
by the balance on operations of $13,188 for the preceding year leaves a balance 
of $8,250 at debit of Revenue Account. 

The Department of X'eterans' Affairs entered into an arrangement with 
the Bursar's Office for the distribution of subsistence allowance cheques issued 
each month to ex-service personnel attending the I niversit>-, which together 
with additional financial arrangements pertaining to special courses for students 
returning from W ar service increased tremendously the details in connection 
with student operations in the Universit\'. 

\\ ith the return of thousands of students, additional accommodation was 
urgenth' needed and the Board proceeded to negotiate with the Dominion 
Government for the acquiring of facilities at Ajax, Ontario. 

Additional funds, totalling $507,447 were administered by the office of 
the Bursar during the year, chiefly consisting of National Research Council 

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REPORT OF THE No. 12 



and other Dominion Government grants for 66 war research projects under- 
taken by various members of the staff. Funds were also administered in 
connection with loans to students from the Federal Department of Labour, 
Kellogg Foundation, etc., for the accelerated courses in Dentistry, Medicine, 
Science and Engineering, together with the distribution of Province of Ontario 
Scholarship Awards. 

All controllable expenditures were reduced during the year and considerable 
saving in this connection was effected. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

21 January, 1946. W. E. Phillips, 

Chairman. 



AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

Toronto, 21st January, 1946. 



To the Governors of the University of Toronto : 

Gentlemen : 

I have examined the balance sheet of the University of Toronto as at 
30th June, 1945 and the related schedules 1 to 10. In connection therewith I 
examined or tested the accounting records of the University and obtained all 
the information and explanations I required from the Bursar and other 
employees, but I did not make a detailed audit of the transactions. 

The securities representing the investments of the University, the 
Endowment and Trust Funds, are held in safekeeping by your bankers. The 
Canadian Bank of Commerce, and were produced for my examination on 
3rd July, 1945. These were found to be in agreement with the records kept 
by the Bursar. The aggregate approximate market value of these investments 
as at 30th June, 1945 was greater than their book value by $886,572.12. 
Certain non-trustee securities (including non-interest bearing securities) 
received as bequests are still held. 

I have not examined the titles to the various properties. 

I report that in my opinion, based upon my examination, the accompanying 
balance sheet and related schedules 1 to 10 have been properly drawn up so as 
to show the financial position of the University at 30th June, 1945 and the 
results of its operations for the year, according to the best of my information 
and the explanations given me, and as shown by the books. 

Yours faithfully, 

G. T. CLARKSON, F.C.A. 
A uditor. 



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SCHEDULE 1 

General Endowment 

Additions for 1944-45: 
Annuity Debentures: 

Portion of 1944-45 instalments reducing principal: 

Thirty-sixth instalment, issue of July, 1909 $20,761.90 

Thirty-fourth instalment, issue of January, 1911. 4,992.00 
Thirty-fourth instalment, issue of January, 1911. 11,519.00 

Thirtieth instalment, issue of April, 1915 3,681.76 

Sixteenth instalment, issue of January, 1929. . . . 50,295.51 

$ 91,250.17 

Convocation Hall .\dvance: 

Restoration from proceeds of wild land sales, thirt\-seventh instal- 
ment " 40.00 

Land, part of lot 25. second concession west of Yonge Street, in the 
Township of North York, (approximately 2 acres), for Connaught 
Laboratories, at net cost (Schedule 7) 5,750.00 

Land and Building, No. 67 St. George Street, from Mrs. Jean Francis 

Goulding, at net cost. (Schedule 7) 20,000.00 

Forestry School Practice Camp: 

Additional grant of 6000 acres (approx.) by the Ontario Department 

of Lands and Forest, for use of Forestry School Practice Camp 



Library proper: 

Additions of Books for year less depreciation, (Schedule 7) 17,469.55 

Frontage License: 

University Avenue, H\dro Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 10,000.00 



$ 144,509.72 



Contra 

Reduction in valuation hitherto carried for — 

82-84 Adelaide St. E., difference between valuation hitherto carried 

and Sale Price (Schedule 9) 3,000.00 

Part of Park Lot 14, South East corner of St. George Street and 
Hoskin Avenue transferred to City of Toronto for street widening 

(Schedule 7) ' 64.38 

3,064.38 



$ 141,445.34 
Return of 30th June. 1944 14,205,427.43 

Return of 30th June, 1945 $14,346,872.77 



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Pension and Retirement Funds 

1. Pension Fund (Academic): 

At credit of account on 30th June. 1944 $ 689.852.27 

Contributions during \ ear 39,891.67 

Interest credited . . . . • 27.592.42 

$ 757,336.36 

Pension Pavments and Withdrawals 40.194.48 

$ 717,141.88 

2. Pension Fund (Emplo>ees): 

At credit of account on 30th June. 1944 $1,086,776.71 

Contributions during \ ear 79,222.05 

Interest credited 43,267.93 

$1,209,266.69 

Pension Pa\ ments and Withdrawals 31.321.48 

$1,177,045.21 

3. Estimated accrued liability as per Actuary's report of 16th February, 1945. 133,000.00 

Return of 30th June, 1945 $2,028,087.09 



SCHEDULE 5 

Annuity Debentures 

Issue of July, 1909, for construction and equipment of Thermodynamics Librar\ 
Addition and Faculty of Education Building, $500.000.. repayable in forty equal 
annual amounts of $25,260.00 each. 

Value as on 30th June, 1945, of the four outstanding instalments $ 91,690.64 

Issue of January, 1911, under 1 George V. Cap. 60, for construction of Pathological 
building. $130,000.00, repayable in fort> equal annual amounts of $6,568.00 each, 

\'alue as on 30th June. 1945, of the six outstanding instalments 34,429.00 

Accrued on 30th June, 1945. of thirtv-fifth pavment and charged to Revenue, 

1944-45 ' ' 3,284.00 

Issue of January. 1911. under 1 George \'. Cap. 60, as a grant towards construction 
of Toronto General Hospital, $300,000.00, repayable in forty equal annual 
amounts of $15,157.00 each, 

Value as on 30th June, 1945, of the six outstanding instalments 79,451.00 

Accrued on 30th June, 1945, of thirtv-fifth pavment and charged to Revenue, 

1944-45 ' ' 7,578.50 

Issue of April. 1915, under R.S.O., 1914, Cap. 279. to provide for the payment of 
$100,000.00 to the Hart A. Massey Estate towards the Gymnasium portion of 
Hart House. $110,000.00. repayable in fort> equal annual amounts of $5,975.00 
each. 

Value as on 30th June. 1945, of the ten outstanding instalments 47.278.82 

Accrued on 30th June, 1945, of thirt\-first pa\ ment and charged to Revenue, 

1944-45 ' : 1,244.80 

Issue of January, 1929, under R.S.O., 1927, Cap. 337, for construction of a new 
building for Pathology and allied departments (Banting Institute) $800,000.00, 
repayable in twenty equal annual amounts of $64,193.00 each. 

Value as on 30th June, 1945, of the four outstanding instalments 227,654.32 

Accrued on 30th Tune. 1945, of seventeenth pavment and charged to Revenue, 

1944-45 ■ 29,421.80 



Return of 30th June. 1945 $552,032.88 



20 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

SCHEDULE 6 
Contingent Funds, etc. 

Contingent Fund (Investment Reserve) . $172,161.84 

Deterred Maintenance 45,000.00 

Organ Fund: 

Balance on 30th June, 1944 $ 2,008.01 

Expenditure on upkeep of organ, less receipts 196.18 

1.811.83 

Special Government Grant for Session 1945-46 200,000.00 

Special Government Grant re Toronto Conservatory of Music 200,000.00 

University Press: 

At credit of accounts as per Appendix III 69,175.05 

Men's Residence Rehabilitation Fund 50,000.00 

Ontario College of Education: 

At credit of account (Appendix \) 29,997.24 

Legislative Grant for Administration Building 283.15 

David Dunlap Observatory (Construction Account) 17.23 



$768,446.34 



Sundry Ledger balances, items in suspense, etc.: 

Residence and Key deposits $ 4,4.35.00 

Fire Loss Accounts 5,278.86 

Expansion Fund Appropriation for ExpehseS. . . . : : 2,404.13 

Sir Frederick Banting Records ...:....:. 222.96 

Alterations, Library Roof _. . . . 281.09 

Alterations, School of Hygiene : : : 2,465.02 

Alterations and Furnishings — Forestry Building 7,817.94 

Applied Science General Expense 108.42 

Applied Science Summer Course 7,168.75 

Arts Summer Course 6,706.00 

Faculty of Dentistr\ -General Expenses, Extra-mural Lectures. . . . 305.00 

$37,193.17 

Less: 

Workmen's Compensation Board deposit $ 252.86 

Fire Loss Accounts, outstanding 2,177.17 

2,430.03 



34,763.14 
Return of 30th June. 1945 $803,209.48 

SCHEDULE 6a 
Revenue, 1944-45 

Receipts 

Estimate Actual 

Legislative Grant. University Act. 1906 $ .500,000.00 $ 500.000.00 

Legislative Grant. 60 \'ict.. Cap. 59 7.000.00 7,000.00 

Legislative Grant. 13-14 George V 10,000.00 10.000.00 

Fees. University and College, as detailed in Appendix 1 1,010,000.00 1,044.497..50 

Infirmary Receipts. Dentistry and Health Service 33,000.00 36,632.06 

Interest: 

On Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds f 139.251.23 

On Ontario Government Annuities 9.889.23 

On Debentures: 2,971.75 

Rentals: 197.000.00 

University Park ground leases 1 9.635.00 

City of Toronto payment I 6,000.00 

Business properties I 12,.5.53.21 

Sundry houses and land earnings I 8,484.25 

Men's Residences: 

(General. $14;972.14: University College. $2,824.66) 17.000.00 17.796.80 

Women's Residences: 

(Whitney Hall. $57,730.85; St. George Street Group, ... 

$26,770.85) 75.000.00 84.501.70 



\ 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 21 

Universitv College Women's Union: 

(Membership fees, $2,943.00; rooms and meals, $12,255.43). 15,198.43 

Central Power Plant: 

VVycIiffe, \ictoria and Knox Colleges $37,063.82 

Royal Ontario Museum 18,150.13 

Sundrv accounts 20,539.46 

60,000.00 75,753.41 

University Press $ 10.000.00 $ 10,000.00 

Photographic Service and Casual Revenue 5,000.00 7,777.24 

Deferred Maintenance 35,000.00 35,000.00 



$1,959,000.00 $2,032,941.81 

Special Legislative Grant 1,100,000.00 1,100,000.00 

Supplementary Grant 200,000.00 200,000.00 

Estimated Excess of Expenditure over Receipts 97,327.00 



,356,327.00 $3,332,941.81 



Expenditures 

Under appropriations as per Appendix II $3,183,327.00 $3,202,374.65 

Interest written to Scholarship and other funds Less Bank 

Interest (net) 73.000.00 66,375.47 

War-time Bonus paid to Salaried Emplo\ees (not including 

tradesmen or anyone paid on an hourly basis) 100.000.00 85.629.84 

$3,356,327.00 $3,354,379.96 
Receipts as above 3,332,941.81 

Excess of Expenditures over Receipts carried to 

Balance Sheet $ 21,438.15 



SCHEDULE 7 

Site Lands, Buildings and Contents 

Site Lands: 

2,557,682 sq. feet at forty cents per foot $1,023,072.82 

332,549 sq. feet at cost price 447,344.23 

18,000 sq. feet at estimate 40,000.00 



$1,510,417.05 



Buildinj 



.Anatomical building $ 482,388.37 

Baldwin House . . . ^ 12,000.00 

Banting Institute 813,129.93 

Biological building 129,745.30 

Botanical building 516,998.35 

Chemical building 77,469.88 

Convocation Hall 214,866.22 

Dental building . . ; 350,000.00 

Economics building 76,350.00 

Electrical building ^ 346.699.89 

Engineering building 50.000.00 

Forestry building 122,359.86 

Geodetic Observatory building 12,000.27 

Hart House (not appraised) 

Household Science building 455,000.00 

Hygiene and Public Health building 852,682.40 

Library building 327,425.50 

McLennan Laboratory 363,945.85 

Mechanical building. 119|oi7.21 

Medical building 20o!oOO.OO 

Men's Residences 217.670.04 

Military Studies building and Drill Hall 67,07L27 

Mining building 384,736.89 

Mill building 229,972.52 

Ontario College of Education 703,390.67 

Press building . 1 00 

Psychology buildings 22,333.26 

Simcoe Hall 399io.55. 10 



22 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

University College building $ 450,000.00 

University College Women's Union 70,059.19 

Women's Residences: 

Whitnev Hall 487,988.37 

Hutton'House, 5 Willcocks St. and 146 St. George St. . 47,223.77 

No. 184 College Street 8,239.47 

No. 78 Queen's Park 161,775.00 

No. 86 Queen's Park 38,767.62 

St. George Street properties: 

Numbers 43 30,054.25 

45 39,079.67 

47 10,172.95 

49. 25,007.51 

67 20,000.00 

96 22,692.60 

98 16,708.84 

100 17,776.93 

104 22.498.27 

106 10.034.15 

$9,024,388.37 



Librar^• ^ 798.553.42 

Organ: 24.000.00 

Sundry Departmental Equipment 375.153.99 

Furniture and Furnishings, various buildings 42,005.46 

Arena 223.070.40 

Athletic F"ield Stadium and equipment 11,817.88 

Aura Lee Grounds and equipment (Ontario College of Education) 17,276.27 

Gymnasium equipment 7.620.19 

Forestry School Practice Camp 4.478.50 

Surveying Practice Camp. Lutterworth Township, (land $1,215.00. buildings, 

etc., $10,000) 11,215.00 

David Dunlap Observatory (land, $41,750.. buildings, $163,700., telescope, 

dome. etc.. $225,000.00) 430,450.00 

Connaught Laboratories (Farm, Buildings and equipment) 87,250.00 

Connaught Laboratories, (Hygiene building plant) 1.00 

Connaught Laboratories (Spadina Division) 100,000.00 

Central Power Plant 1-00 

Printing Plant LOO 

General Museum Specimens LOO 

Dining Hall equipment LOO 

Total valuation $12,667,701.53 

Return of 30th June, 1944 $12,624,848.31 

Additions thereto: 

Connaught Laboratories (Farm, Buildings and equipment) 

Purchase of additional property $ 5,750.00 

Forestry School Practice Camp: 

Grant of additional 6,000 acres (appro.x.) from Ontario 

Department of Lands and Forests 

No. 67 St. George Street: 

Purchase of land and building 20,000.00 

Library proper: 

\alue of addition of Books for 1944-45 re- 
ported bv the Librarian $42,167.08 

Less depreciation at 3% on $823,250.95. . . . 24,697.53 

17.469.55 

$12,668,067.86 



Contra. 
Women's Residence Furniture written down by application of 
credit from Sale of Wild Lands set apart for Women's 

Residences $ 301.95 

Site Lands: 

Land at South-east corner of St. George Street and Hoskin 

Ave. transferred to City of Toronto for street widening . . 64.38 



366.33 



Return of 30th June, 1945 $12,667,701.53 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 23 

SCHEDULE 8 

Unproductive Lands 

U.C.C. Block on King Street $ 50,425.40 

Vacant land in Port Hope 8,045.00 

Endowment lands unsold in various townships L52.00 

(no transactions during vear) 

Return of 30th June, 1945 $ 58,622.40 



SCHEDULE 9 

Leased Properties 

Land Leased to C.ty of Toronto $ 120,000.00 

Park Lots leased (including Federated Colleges Sites) 312,793.20 

Toronto business properties 175,000.00 

Spadina Avenue Houses (Nos. 719-721) 8,023.51 

Caradoc Farm 600.00 

$ 616.416.71 

Rentals and City of Toronto Payment .\ccrued 4,940.00 



Return of 30th June, 1945 $ 621,356.71 



Return of 30th June, 1944 $ 629,356.71 

Sale— 82-84 Adelaide St. E 8,000.00 

Return of 30th June, 1945 $ 621,356.71 



SCHEDULE 10 
Investments, Cash and Accounts Receivable 

Dominion of Canada Bonds and guaranteed issues $ 6,343,540.43 

Interest Accrued 14,740.61 



Province of Ontario Bonds and guaranteed issues 3,772,839.93 

Interest Accrued 18,827.24 



Other Government Bonds 503,131.95 

Interest .Accrued 1,054.35 



$ 6,358,281.04 
3,791,667.17 
504,186.30 



Municipal debentures 413,763.75 

Interest Accrued 1,448.80 

415,212.55 

University of Toronto debentures (Guaranteed) 227,654.32 

Toronto Conservatory of Music debentures 190,600.45 

Corporation debentures 36,887.00 

Sundry stocks 108,541.62 

Mortgage 2,200.00 

Investments in trust for Banting Research Foundation 788,659.93 

Interest .Accrued 123.25 

788,783.18 

Investments in trust for Connaught Laboratories 560,376.20 

Toronto Conservator} of Music .Advance, Organ 3,824.10 

.Accounts Receivable: 

Photographic Service 240.98 

Health Service 50.50 

Labour and Material 44,245.33 

Telephones 45.10 

Central Power Plant 37,063.82 

Printing 761.56 

82,407.29 

Less Roval Ontario Museum balances 20,819.72 

61,587.57 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, on deposit 1,360,573.50 

(Includes amounts relating to the year ended 30th June, 1945, 
but received and deposited at a later date). 



$14,410,375.00 



24 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Transactions 1944-45 
Inwards 

Dominion, Provincial and other Government Bonds $ 250,261.38 

Municipal Debentures 59,373.55 

University of Toronto debentures 50,295.51 

Payment on Loan to Toronto Conservatory of Music 546.30 

Toronto Conservatory of Music Debentures 2,900.68 

Banting Research Foundation Investments 323,241.79 

Connaught Laboratories Investments 11,038.00 

Payment of Advance to Connaught Laboratories 100,000.00 

Withdrawals from Canadian Bank of Commerce 5,998,036.69 



Outwards 

Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds $ 907,942.11 

Municipal Debentures 1,211.40 

Toronto Conservatory of Music debentures 364.18 

Banting Research Foundation Investments 352,973.27 

Connaught Laboratories Investments 8,138.00 

Increase in Accounts Outstanding 30,274.80 

Increase in accured reveune 4,618.84 

Deposits in Canadian Bank of Commerce 6,188,232.61 



6,795,693.90 



7,493,755.21 

698,061.31 

Return of 30th June, 1944 13,712,313.69 



Return of 30th June, 1945 $14,410,375.00 



APPENDIX I 

Fees 1944-45 

Total of fees collected 1944-45 $ 1,303,868.39 



Distribution thereof: 

Sundry refunds during >ear $ 56,192.31 

Share of fees paid to the following: 

Hart House 37,413.50 

Students' Administrative Council 17,635.50 

University Athletic Fee 17,088.50 

Medical Society 2,634.00 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Association 198.00 

Faculty of Applied Science Athletic Fee 2,293 00 

Engineering Society 3,481.00 

Dental Students' Parliament 1,752.00 

Foresters' Club .:.: 208.50 

Graduate Students' Union :....:; 363.50 

University College Literary and Athletic Society 1,854.00 

University College Women's Undergraduate .Association 2,069.00 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 136.50 

Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association 119.00 

Teachers' Course Association 468.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons , 2,460.00 

St. Michael's College (Household Science) ......* 40.00 

Toronto Conservatory of Music 620.00 

Hospitals (Accelerated Course): 

Toronto General Hospital $ 9,350.00 

Toronto General Hospital (Burnside) 952.00 

$ 10,302.00 



St. Michael's Hospital ^ 1,760.00 

Hospital for Sick Children 740.00 

Toronto Western Hospital 1,270.00 

— 14,072.00 

Credited to Sundry Accounts: 

. Ontario College of Education 51,718.12 

Universitv College Women's Union 2,943.00 

School of "Nursing ;-.... ,. 36,017.00 

Institute of Child Study 7,594.46 

Balance to Revenue Account (Schedule 6a) 1,044,497.50 



$ 1,303,868.39 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 25 

DETAILS OF FEES RECEIVED (GROSS) 
Composite Academic, and University Incidental Fees: 

Arts — Tuition (University College $140,702.52) Library and Laboratory 
Supply; Examination; Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; 

Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous $ 232,394.60 

Commerce and Finance — University tuition (University College $6,936.00) 
Libran.- and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; Health Ser\-ice; 

Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous 27,969.17 

Medicine — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 
Health Service; Ph\sical Training; Laborator\' Deposit; and miscel- 
laneous '. ' 228.927.46 

.Applied Science — Tuition; Libran.- and Laboratory' Supply; Examination; 
Degree; Health Service; Phvsical Training; Laboratory- Deposit; and 

Miscellaneous ' 324,573.34 

Dentistry — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 
Health Service; Physical Training; Caution and Laboratory Deposit; 

and miscellaneous 78,662.08 

Education — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; Health Service; 

and L'niversity Schools 53,893.62 

Forestry — Tuition; Librar\' and Laboratory Supph"; Examination; Degree; 
Health Service; Phvsical Training; Laboratorv Deposit; and miscel- 
laneous ' ' 12,997.68 

Music — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous 1.402.94 

Household Science — Tuition; Librar>' and Laboratory Supph"; Examination; 
Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and 

miscellaneous 3.336.00 

Graduate Studies — Registration; Tuition; Library; E.xamination; and Degree 32.956.99 

University Extension — Teachers' Courses; Occupational Therapy; Certificate 
Course in Business; Tutorial; Short Courses; Library and Laboraton.' 

Supply; Examination; Degree; Health Serxice; and miscellaneous 117.367.05 

Social Work — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; 

Diploma; and Health Service 9.316.50 

Law — Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous. 758.00 

Physical and Health Education — Tuition; Library- and Laboratory Supph'; 
Examination; Degree; Health Ser\-ice; Physical Training; Laboratory- 
Deposit; and miscellaneous 19,552.00 

Pharmacy — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree;and miscellaneous 15.996.00 

\ eterinary Science — Examination; and Degree 790.00 

Agriculture — Examination; and Degree 1.070.00 

School of Nursing — Tuition; Librarv; Examination; Diploma; and Health 

Service ' 41,162.00 

Institute of Child Study — Tuition; Library; Examination; Health Service; 

and Diploma 7,967.46 

School of Chinese Studies — Tuition ; Library; Examination; and Diploma 746.00 

Applied Science .Athletic 2.336.00 

University Athletic 17.322.50 

Dental Students' Parliament 1,768.00 

Engineering Society 3,553.00 

Foresters' Club .. 208.50 

Graduate Students' Union 367.50 

Hart House 38,049.50 

Medical Society 2,652.00 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Association 198.00 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 138.(X) 

Physiotherapy Undergraduate .Association 119.00 

Students' Administrative Council 17,874.50 

Teachers' Course .Association 476.00 

University College Literary and .Athletic -Society 1.892.00 

University College Women's Undergraduate .Association 2,096.00 

University College Women's Union .. 2,979.00 



$ 1,303,868.39 



26 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



CLASSIFICATION OF SER\'ICES 



Gross 
Receipts 



Arts 

Commerce and Finance 

Medicine < 

Applied Science 

Dentistry' 

Education $22,517.50; University Schools 

$31,376.12 

Forestry 

Music 

Household Science 

Graduate Studies 

University Extension 

Social Work •. 

Law 



Physical and Health Education 

Pharmacy 

\ eterinar\' Science 

.Agriculture 

School of Nursing 

Institute of Child Study 

School of Chinese Studies 

-Applied Science Athletic 

University -Athletic 

Dental Students' Parliament 

Engineering Society 

Foresters' Club 

Graduate Students' Union 

Hart House 

Medical Society 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Assoc 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate. Assoc. 
Ph\siotherap\- Undergraduate Association. 

Students' .Administrative Council 

Teachers' Course .Association 

University College Literary and Athletic 

.Association 

University College Women's Undergraduate 

-Association 

University College Women's Union 



232,394.60 

27,969.17 

228,927.46 

324,573.34 

78,662.08 

53,893.62 

12,997.68 

1,402.94 

3,336.00 

32,956.99 

117,367.05 

9,316.90 

758.00 

19,552.00 

15,996.00 

790.00 

1,070.00 

41,162.00 

7,967.46 

746.00 

2,336.00 

17,322.50 

1,768.00 

3,553.00 

208.50 

367.50 

38,049.50 

2,652.00 

198.00 

138.00 

119.00 

17,874.50 

476.00 

1,892.00 

2,096.00 
2,979.00 



Refunds Other 

! Deductions 



Net 



$18,865.17 

274.00 

6,810.11 

17,643.83 

3,888.35 

784.00 
757.48 
25.00 
449.32 
591.45 
2,533.30 
180.00 



$ 14,072.00 



869.50 
520.10 



621.20 

5.00 

2.00 

43.00 

234.00 

16.00 

72.00 



4.00 

636.00 

18.00 



1.50 



239.00 
8.00 

38.00 

27.00J 
36.001 



2,460.00 
51,718.12 



620.00 
40.00 



36,017.00 
7,594.46 



2,293.00 

17,088.50 

1.752.00 

3,481.00 

208.50 

363.50 

37,413.50 

2,634.00 

198.00 

136.50 

119.00 

17,635.50 

468.00 

1,854.00 

2,069.00 
2,943.00 



213,529.43 

27,695.17 

208,045.35 

306,929.51 

72,313.73 

1,391.50 

12,240.20 

757.94 

2,846.68 

32,365.54 

114,833.75 

9,136.50 

758.00 

18,682.50 

15,475.90 

790.00 

1,070.00 

4,523.80 

368.00 

744.00 



$1,303,868.39 $56,192.31 $ 203,178.58 $1,044,497.50 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



27 



APPENDIX II. 
Revenue Expenditures 1944-45 



Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Total 


I. Administration: 

Salaries 


$141,800.00 
110,027.00 
1,000.00 
7,500.00 
3,000.00 
25,000.00 
1,000.00 
7,500.00 


$ 4,957.87 

1,458.28 

344.67 


$ 


$146,757.87 


Pensions and Retiring Allowances 




111,485.28 


President's Office 




1,344.67 


Bursar's Office 


1,403.89 


6,096.11 


Auditor's Fees 




3,000.00 


Insurance 


447.19 

742.88 




25,447 19 


Law Costs 




1 742 88 


Taxes 




7,500.00 


UnemploN ment Insurance 
Registrar's Office 


6,000.00 
5,500.00 


1,08573 


677.07 


5,322.93 

6,585.73 


Convocation Expenses 


600.00 
22,800.00 
2,800.00 
5,150.00 
20,900.00 
24,200.00 
16,000.00 
15,244.00 

1,000.00 
1,765.00 


193.15 

2,459.81 

408.33 


406.85 


Examinations 




20,340.19 


Superintendent's Office 




2,391.67 


Central Stores 




5 1.50.00 


Grounds 


2,112.36 




23 012 36 


Protective Service . .. . 


4,501.52 

1,306.11 

427.80 

27.41 
56.68 


19 698 48 


Telephones 




14,693.89 


Convocation Hall and Simcoe Hall 




14,816.20 


86 Queen's Park (transferred from 
Women's Residences) 




972.59 


184 College 




1,708.32 








■ 


$418,786.00 


$11,148.98 


$11,461.77 


$418,473.21 


II. Library: 

Salaries 


$ 60,873.00 

47,200.00 

6,050.00 


$ 

375.75 
59.18 


$ 893.13 


$ 59,979.87 


Maintenance 


47 575 75 


Building 


6,109.18 










$114,123.00 


$ 434.93 


$ 893.13 


$113,664.80 


III. Athletics, Physical Training, etc.: 

Salaries 

Maintenance: 

.Athletics and Ph\sical Training — 
Men 


$ 51,790.00 

860.00 
1 150.00 


$ 870.33 


$ 

9.64 
952^68 


$ 52,660.33 
850.36 


Athletics and Physical Training — 
Women 


181 23 


1 331 23 


Health Service 


5,.^00.00 

7.200.00 286.30 


4,. 547. 32 


Hart House (share of maintenance) 


7,486.30 


Women's Building (44 Hoskin Ave.) 1.340.00 




61.75 


1 ,278.25 












$ 67,840.00 


$1,337.86 


$ 1.024.07 


$ 68,153.79 


IV. Royal Ontario Museum 


$ 81,000.00 






$ 81,000.00 













28 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1944-45 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


V. Faculty of Arts: 
Salaries 


$771,607.00 


$. 


$ 9.901.72' 


$761,705.28 


Departments: 
Anthropology 


25.00 

200.00 

1.600.00 

5,600.00 

15,440.00 




13.37 

66.33 

468.09 




1L63 


Archaeology' 






133.67 


Astronomv 






1,131.91 


Botanv 




111.78 




5,488.22 


Chemistry ...'. 


567 70 




16,007.70 


Chinese Studies 










Fine Art 


800.00 
400.00 
1,100.00 
230.00 
225.00 




96.98 
49.30 




703.02 


Geography 

Geology 

Historv'- . . 






350.70 




120.14 
55.64 




979.86 






174.36 


Italian and Spanish 




19.06 




205.94 


Law 








Mathematics 


1,3.50.00 

60.00 

1,300.00 

150.00 

10.600.00 




714.36 




635.64 


Militar\' Studies 




13.36 




46.64 


Mineralogy 




95.00 

78.19 

1.775.58 

257.13 

727.28 

382.69 

237.88 




1,205.00 


Philosophv 






71.81 


Phvsics 






8,824.42 


Political Economy 


1,200.00 
1,850.00 
6,050.00 






942.87 


Psvchologv 






1,122.72 


ZoologA" 






5,667.31 


University College De- 
partments 


5'00.00 
1,250.00 
4,315.00 
6.925.00 






262.12 


University College Gen- 
eral Expenses 


102.46 




1,352.46 


Buildings: 

Baldwin House (Histor\").. 


164.97 

610.09 
1,350.75 




4.150.03 


Biological Building (De- 
partment of Zoology) 






6.314.91 


Botanv Building ' ' 6.875.00 






5.524.25 


Chemical Building .... 


6,050.00 
4 200.00 




833.53 




5,216.47 


David Dun lap Obser\^a- 
torv 




48.26 




4,151.74 


Economics Building i 12.160.60 


9.92 




12,169.92 


McLennan Laboratory 
(Phvsics) ' .. 


7,875.00 
3,000.00 




1,167.40 

290.51 
820.61 




6,707.60 


Military Studies Build- 
ing 
PsychologN' Buildings 
University College Build- 
ing 

No. 43 St. George Street.. 
No. 45 St. George Street 
No. 47 St. George Street 






2,709.49 


5,450.00 

12,725.00 
1,575.00 
1,795.00 
1,450.00 
2,400.00 






4,629.39 


344.32 




13,069.32 


111.26 




1,463.74 




421.59 
399.16 
839.28 




1,373.41 






1,050.84 


No. 49 St . George Street 
Summer Course .Arts 






1,560.72 


12 160 00 




12,160.00 






1 






$898,332.00 


$13,184.40' $22,241.29| 


$889,275.11 


VL Faculty of Medicine: 

Salaries 


$283,473.00 
5,400.00 


$ 


$12,047.39 

1,500.97 
14.68 

106.37 

216.09 


$75,972.13 


$347,397.74 


Departments: 
Anatomy 




3,899.03 


Art SerV'ice 


250.00 
4,600.00 
3,190.00 


1 




235.32 


Bio-Chemistrv (including 

Zymology) 

Hygiene and Preventive 
Medicine 







4,493.63 






2,973.91 


Medical Jurisprudence 

Medicine 










i 


1 1,653.66 


1,653.66 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



29 



Revenue Expenditures, 1944-45 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
Unused ! and Wall- 
1 berg Funds 


Total 


Obstetrics and Gynaecol- 
Og\' 


400.00 
450.00 




240.48 
317.59 
266.39 




159.52 


Ophthalmoloe\" 






132.41 


Oto-Lar\'ngology 


300.00 

.__.__ _ . 






33.61 


Paediatrics 




1.395.36 


1.395.36 


Pathological Chenii5trv....| 2,025.00 401.44 




2,426.44 


Patholog\" and Bacteriol- 

ogv ' 6.480.00 




1,872.70 
1,084.73 




4,607.30 


Pharmacy and Pharma- 
colog\' 


3,500.00 

3.440.00 

50.00 

1,000.00 

2,750.00 

300.00 

$ 3,910.00 

6,670.00 






2,415.27 


Ph\"siologv 


1,471.57 




4,911.57 


PsNchiatry 


49.20 




.80 


Radiolog\" 






1,000.00 


h>urger\- 




2,245.97 

25.70 

1,322.84 

9.53 

245.48 

7.27 

691.98 




504.03 


Therapeutics 






274.30 


General Expenses 






$ 2,587.16 


Buildings: 

.Anatomical Building 






6,660.47 


Banting Institute 


24,8.50.00 
13.250.00 






24,604.52 


Hygiene Building 

Medical Building 






13,242.73 


9.350.00 




8,658.02 














$375,638.00 


$ 1,873.01 


$22,265.36 


$79,021.15 


$434,266.80 


\ II. School of Hygiene: 

Salaries 

Maintenance 

Less Rockefeller Grant 


■ 

$ 38,841.00 
5.137.00 

43,978.00 
38,978.00 


! 

1 

1 




$35,939.52 


$ 40.939.52 




$ 5,000.00 






$35,939,521 $ 40.939.52 










\ III. Faculty of Applied Science: 
Salaries 


$338,815.00 

2,500.00 
855.00 

10.500.00 


$ 


$ 9,655.29 

79.27 
68.39 

225.81 

415.41 

174.74 


$ 


$329,159.71 


Departments: 

Applied Physics 




2,420.73 


.Architecture, School of 




786.61 


Chemical Engineering and 
.\pplied Chemistry 






10,274.19 


Civil Engineering: 

Municipal and Structural i 1,700.00 






1,284.59 


Civil Engineering: ; 

Surveying and Geodes\' j 1,790.00 






1,615.26 


Electrical Engineering 4,500.00 

Engineering Drawing 1,1(K).00 

Mechanical Engineering ' 12.650.00 


622.39 




5,122.39 


234.87 
1 ,572.31 
153.92 
395.10 
303.82 
1,248.31 

1,419.85 




865.13 






11,077.69 


Metallurgical Engineering 


5.990.00 
1.600.00 
3.800.00 






5,836.08 


Mining Engineering 


■ 




1,204.90 


General Expenses 






3,496.18 


Photographic Service 


9.282.00 

16,025.00 
6,975.00 

595.00 

12,875.00 






8,033.69 


Buildings: 

Electrical Building (in- 
cluding Mechanical Build- 
ing and Wind Tunnel) 




151.95 




14,605.15 


Engineering Building 




7,126.95 


Geodetic Observatory 
Building 


143.86 
61.43 




451.14 


Mining Building Cinclud- 
ing Mill Building) 






12.813.57 



30 



REPORT CF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1944-45 — Continued 





Appro- ; Supple- 
priation ! mentary 


Eaton, 
; Rockefeller 
Unused j and Wall- 
! berg Funds 


Total 


Summer Course Applied 
Science 


' 


22,810.00 






22,810.00 




! 






$431,552.00' $23,584.34! $16,152.38 




$438,983.96 


Less VVallberg Fund 


40,000.00 














1 ' 




$391,552.00 $23,584.34 


$16,152.38 $40,000.00 


$438,983.96 


IX. Faculty of Dentistry: 
Salaries ... 


$ 93,959.00 


$ fi7fi 21 


$.. 


$ 


- 
$ 94,635.21 


Laboratory and Infirmary 
Supplies, etc 


24,000.00; 2.1.54 77 






26,154.77 


General Expenses 


2,275.00 
15,300.00 




212.06 
1,814.67 




2,062.94 


Dental Building 






13,485.33 


Post Graduate Courses . . 




999.65 




999.65 














$135,534.00 


$ 3.830.63 


$ 2,026.73 




$137,337.90 










X. Faculty of Household 
Science: 
Salaries 


$ 30,981.00 


$ 


$ 570.92 


$ 


$ 30,410.08 


Household Science . . 


3.275.00 
2,250.00 




85.51 

218.19 

30.71 

1,006.38 




3.189.49 


Food Chemistry 






2,031.81 


General Expenses.. 


300.00 
6,225.00 






269.29 


Household Science Building 







.5,218.62 










$ 43,031.00 




$ 1,911.71 




$ 41,119.29 












XI. Faculty of Forestry: 
Salaries 


$ 22.200.00 


$ 


$ 75.00 


$ 


$ 22,125.00 


Maintenance 


3,000.00 




991.12 




2,008.88 


Forestry Building 


2,780.00 i 247.26 




2.532.^^ 




$ 27,980.00 




$ 1,313.38 




$ 26,666.62 










XII. Faculty of Music: 

Salaries 


$ 4,450.00 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 4,450.00 


Maintenance 


300.00 
8 000 00 




2.38.61 
7 .500 00 




61.39 


Special — Grant to Toronto 
ConservatorN' of Music 






500.00 






1 






$ 12,750.00 




$ 7,738.6l' 




$ 5.011.39 








' 




XIII. School of Graduate Studies: 
Salaries 


$ 4,400.00 
625.00 


$ 


$ 333.33 


$ 


$ 4,066.67 


Maintenance 




40.45! 

1 




584.55 






! 






$ 5,025.00 


' $ 373.78' 1 


$ 4,651.22 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



31 



Revenue Expenditures, 1944-45 — Continued 



Appro- I Supple- 
priation I mentary 



Unused 



Eaton, j 
Rockefeller, 
and Wall- Total 

berg Funds 



XIV. School of Law (transferred 
from Faculty of Arts): 

Salaries I $ 21.400.00 $. 

Maintenance I 200.001 



XV. 



School of Chinese Studies 
(transferred from Faculty 
of Arts) : 

Salaries 

Maintenance 



XVI. School of Social Work: 

Salaries 

Maintenance 



XVII. School of Nursing: 

Salaries 

Special Teaching 

School Maintenance 

Residence Maintenance 

Contingencies 

Building, No. 7 Queen's 
Park 



Less Rockefeller Grant, etc. 



XVIII. School of Physical and 
Health Education: 

Salaries 

Maintenance 



$ 21,600.00! 



.94 



$ 21,400.00 
199.06 



.941 1 $ 21,599.06 



$ 7,700.00 
2.W.00 



$ 7,950.00 



1,430.00 $ $ 6,270.00 

9.61 240.39 



l,439.6l| $ 6,510.39 



18,800.00 $ 2,319.78 
1.200.00 1,711.42 



$ 20,000.00 $ 4.031.20 



$ 21,119.78 
2,911.42 

$ 24,031.20 



35.816.00 
6,500.00 
3,800.00 

26,100.00 



8,000.00 



$ 80,216.00 
70.716.00 



$ 9,500.00 



$78,575.83 



$ 88,075.83 



$78,575.83 $88,075.83 



$ 14,425.00 $ 
3,450.00 



$ 17,875.00 



$ 146.86| $. 
514.48 



$ 661.34' 



14,278.14 
2,935.52 



$ 17,213.66 



XIX. University Extension and 
Publicity: 

Salaries 

Extension and Publicity 
Departments 



$ 17,488.00 $ 

34,100.00! 45,351.65 



$ 3,050.50 



$ 14,437.50 
79,451.65 



$ 51,588.00' $45,351,651 $ 3,050.50' | $ 93,889.15 



32 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1944-45 — Continued 



Appro- 
priation 

1 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


XX. Men's Residences: 

Maintenance of Buildings ! $ 19.775.00 


$ 170.10 


$ 


$ 


$ 19,945.10 














XXI. Women's Residences and 
Union: 
Maintenance of Buildings ... 


$ 15,835.00 
86,950.00 


$ 


$ 1,357.55 
2,323.96 


$ 


$ 14,477.45 


Housekeeping Account 






84,626.04 














$102,785.00 




$ 3,681.51 




$ 99,103.49 












XXII. Central Power Plant 


$182,100.00 


$ 1,791.28 


$ 


$ 


$183,891.28 



XXIII. Miscellaneous and 
General: 

Alterations and Furnishings 
— Forestry Buildings 

Alterations to Library Roof.. 

Alterations — 5 Willcocks 
Street 

Bursaries 

Contingencies 

Publications and Societies 

Receptions to Societies and 
University \'isitors 

Senate Elections 

Slavonic Studies 

Travelling Expenses 

University College Men's 
Residence Construction 
Account 

University College Men's 
Residence and Library 
Building Combined Con- 
struction Account 

Universit>' of Toronto Ex- 
pansion Fund 



XXI v. Capital Account Charges. 



XX\ . Special Research: 

Departmental Appropria 

tions 

Banting and Best 

Cellular Physiology 



8,500.00 

11,000.00 

3,910.00 

2,000.00 
3,000.00 
1,000.00 
2,200.00 



$ 31,610.00 



9,500.00 
3,250.00 

2,000.00 



8.86 



50.00 
7,684.30 



1,000.00 
206.94 



300.00 

500.00 
5,000.00 



$21,765.80 



1,226.61 
2,243.75 



$11,204.66 



$109,153.00 $109,153.00 



9.500.00 
3,250.00 

2.000.00 
8,450.00 
3,315.70 
3.918.86 

773.39 

756.25 

2,000.00 

2,406.94 



300.00 

500.00 
5,000.00 



$ 42,171.14 



$ 17,800.00 

10,000.00 

5,000.00 


$ 


$ 2,015.76 


$ $ 15.784.24 




10,000.00 






5,000.00 








$ 32,800.00 




$ 2,015.76 


$ 30,784.24 






$3,1^3.327.00 


$128,-504.18 


$109,761.53 


$233,537.96 $3,435,607.61 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



33 



RECAPITULATION 





-Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton. 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


I. Administration 


$ 418.786.00$ 11,148.98 


$ 11.461.77 
893.13 

1,024.07 


$ 


$ 418.473.21 


II. Librarv 


114,123.00! 434.93 




113,664.80 


III. .\thletics, Physical 
Training, etc 


67,840.00 

81,000.00 

898,332.00 

375,638.00 

5,000.00 

391,552.00 
135,534.00 

43,031.00 
27,980.00 
12,750.00 

5,025.00 


1,337.86 




68.153.79 


I\'. Roval Ontario Museum 




81.000.00 


\'. Faculty of .Arts 


13,184.40 
1,873.01 


22.241.29 
22,265.36 




889.275.11 


\'I. Faculty of Medicine 

VII. School of Hygiene 


79,021.15 
35,939.52 

40.000.00 


434,266.80 
40,939.52 


\'III. Faculty of Applied 
Science 


23.584.34 
3,830.63 


16,152.38 
2,026.73 

1,911.71 
1,313.38 
7,738.61 

373.78 


438 983 96 


IX. Faculty of Dentistry .... 

X. Faculty of Household 

Science 


137,337.90 
41,119.29 


XI. Facult\- of Forestry 






26,666.62 


XII. Faculty of Music 






5,011.39 


XIII. School of Graduate 

Studies 






4,651.22 


XI \'. School of Law (trans- 
ferred from Facult\- 








of Arts) 


21,600.00 

7.950.00 

20,000.00 

9.500.00 

17,875.00 




.94 
1,439.61 




21,599.06 


X\'. School of Chinese Stud- 
ies (transferred from 
Facult\' of Arts) 




6,510.39 


X\'I . School of Social Work . 


4.031.20 




24,031.20 


X\'II. School of Nursing 




78,575.83 


88,075.83 


XVm. School of Physical and 
Health Education 




661.34 
3,050.50 


17,213.66 


XIX. Uniyersit>' Extension 

and Publicit\' 

XX. Men's Residences 


51,588.00 
19,775.00 


45,351.65 
170.10 




93,889.15 
19,945.10 


XXI. Women's Residences 

and Union 


102,785.00 
182,100.00 

31,610.00 




3,681.51 




99.103.49 
183,891.28 

42,171.14 

109.1.53.00 


XXII. Central Power Plant .. 


1.791.28 
21 765.80 




XXIII. Miscellaneous and 
General 


11,204.66 




XXI\'. Capital .Account 

Charges 


109,153.00 
32,800.00 




1 


XX\'. Special Research 




2.015.76 




30,784.24 


I 




1 




Suppiementar\- 


$3,183,327.00 $128,504.18 
19.047.65 109,456.53 


$109,456.53 $233,536.50 

1 1 


$3,435,911.15 
233,536.50 






Charged to Revenue 


$3,202,374.65 $19,047.65 




$3,202,374.65 










1 



34 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

I. ADMINISTRATION 

Salaries 

(All salaries, except where otherwise stated, are for 12 months to June 30th, 1945) 

President's Office 

The Hon. H. J. Cody, C.M.G., LL.D., President: 

Salarv $ 12,300.00 

Expenses 1,500.00 

Sidney E. Smith Executive Assistant to the President; 

with free house valued at $1,200 (paid also $5,250 

salar\ and $750 expenses as Principal of Univ'ersity 

College) : 

Salary $ 5,250.00 

Expenses 750.00 

6,000.00 

Miss A. MacGillivrav, Secretarv to the President (paid also $300.00 as 

Secretary to the' Faculty of Music) 2.300.00 

Leonard Smith, Attendant and Messenger; also Bedel 1,500.00 



$ 13,800.00 



Bursar's Office 

C. E. Higginbottom, Bursar and Secretary to the Board of Governors.... 6,000.00 
Accounts Branch: 
Accountants: 

J. A. Gair, General Funds, at $2,400; on War Service; 
Honorarium for Special Assistance, $50; contribution to 

Pension Fund, $72 122.00 

G. L. Court, Trust Funds, at $2,300; on War Service; con- 
tribution to Pension Fund 69.00 

H. E. McBride, Acting Accountant, salary $2,800; additional 

allowance $200 3,000.00 

Miss E. Crookshanks, Assistant Accountant 1,600.00 

Bookkeepers: 

W. U. Macfarlane 1,550.00 

D. E. Caton. 6 months at $1,300; 6 months at $1.500 1,400.00 

F. Roper, at $1,500 from January 1 (paid also $433.33 from 

Clerical Assistance) 750.00 

H. J. Cuming 1.200.00 

Miss J. Hurst 1,050.00 

On War Service, at $1,100: 

J. R. Prince, contribution to Pension Fund 27.50 

M. Holditch, contribution to Pension Fund 27.50 

John Seath, Temporary Bookkeeper 1,400.00 

Miss E. Long, .Appropriations Ledger Clerk, on Leave of Absence 

from February 1 to June 30 1,900.00 

Assistant Appropriations Ledger Clerks: 

Miss \'. Whitehead, at $1,350; resigned December 31 675.00 

Miss S. Barnum, from Januarv 1, at $1,100 (paid also $550 

as Clerk) '. 550.00 

Clerks: 

Miss F. M. Quinlivan 1,200.00 

Miss P. R. Nimmo 1,150.00 

Miss A. Warwick 1,050.00 

Miss E. Gearv 1.000.00 

Miss V. Woodward 1,000.00 

Miss L Gourlav. at $1,000: resigned Mav 31 916.66 

Miss M. F. Smith, at $1,000; resigned April 30 833.33 

Miss S. Barnum, at $1,100; transferred to Assistant Appro- 
priations Ledger Clerk from Januar^■ 1 550.00 

Miss K. M. Ruxton, at $900 from .April'l 224.90 

On War Service: 

Mrs. G. J. Tasse, at $1,050; contribution to Pension Fund 26.25 

Miss M. Parsons, at $1,000; salar%- for Juh $83.33; 

contribution to Pension Fund $12. .50 95.83 



$ 23,600.0a 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



35 



Fees Branch: 

Miss E. B. Goodwin, Chief Clerk. 
G. M. Grant, Cashier 



Record Clerks: 

Mrs. Isobel McCormick 

Miss H. James 

Miss A. de Wvnter, at $1,200; resigned Julv 
Miss H. Tanner, at $900 from July 9 



Secretarial Branch: 

Miss M. Burns, Secretary to the Bursar 



Miss M. Donovan, Assistant. 

Miss M. Austin, Appointments and Pensions. 

Miss M. L. Lillie, Assistant 

Clerks: 

Miss M. V. Ruddle 

Miss E. Baillie 

Miss O. Charles 



Clerical Assistants ($3,021.77): 

F. Roper, from September 1 to December 31, at $1,300; trans- 
ferred to Bookkeepers 

Mrs. Doroth\' Brown, at $2.50 per half-da\- 

Miss J. M. Davis, at $1,100 and $2 per half-day 

Mrs. Helen Lillev, 13 weeks, 3 davs at $22 and $24 per week 

L. C. Dawson, at $1,000; July 24 to September 2 



At $900 per annum: 

Mrs. Barbara J. Bunker, 17 weeks, 4 days. 

Miss G. McCannell, 13 weeks, 2 days 

Miss S. Henr\ , from April 20 

MissG. E. Medhurst, from May 28 

Miss M. Morrison, from Max 28 

Miss J. E. McNeel, 4 weeks, 2 days 

Miss B. Goodyear, 3 weeks, 1 day 

R. G. Shepherd, 2 weeks 

Miss M. McCrea, from June 21 

Miss M. Sanderson, 3' 2 da>s 



Registrar's Office 

A. B. Fennell, Registrar 

A. T. Laidlaw, Assistant Registrar 

Assistants: 

J. C. Evans, at $3,500 from January 1 

Miss I. E. Fraser 

Miss J. L. Stephens 

Miss J. E. Booth, at $900; on War Service 

Mrs. R. K. Cameron, at 60c per hour from September 1. 
Miss Isobel Tur\k, 26 weeks, 3 days at $18 per week .... 
Miss M. K. Avison, 7 weeks, 2 days at $22.50 per week. 
Miss F. I. Fulton, 5 weeks, 1 da> at $22 per week 

Clerks, Graduates' Register: 

Miss M. F. Thompson 

Miss B. G. \an Allen 

Mrs. Ruth D. Hanley 

Miss G. Lawrenson 

Miss E. Mark 

Miss B. J. Teagle, at $900; on War Service 

Clerks: 

Miss A. S. Meen, at $1,700; retired October 31 

Miss J. E. Woods 

Miss E. F. Clark 

Miss E. M. Sharpe, Secretary to the Registrar 



2,450.03 
2,100.00 



1,300.00 

1,050.00 

25.81 

807.32 



2,350.00 
1,400.00 
2,050.00 
1,350.00 



1,250.00 
1,050.00 
1,000.00 



433.33 
565.00 
500.22 
321.00 
113.78 



291.22 
245.08 
178.77 
86.50 
86.50 
74.95 
54.78 
34.61 
25.95 
10.08 



$ 50,572.87 



5,800.00 
4,500.00 



1,750.00 
1,800.00 
1,500.00 

693^30 
477.00 
165.00 
113.67 



1,700.00 
1,700.00 
1,300.00 
1 ,000.00 
1 ,000.00 



566.67 
1.300.00 
1,050.00 
1 ,900.00 



36 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Stenographers: 

Miss H. E. Bonter ~. 1,250.00 

Miss D. A. Woods, at $1,050, on War Service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 34.10 

Mrs. Dorothv Dunijan, at $23 per week to March 24 877.83 

Miss L. Stewart, 9 weeks, 3 days, at $20 per week 190.00 

Mrs. M. W. .Abbott, 7 weeks at $21 per week 147.00 

Filing Clerks: 

J. D. Fetherston, at $700; on W'ar Service 

G. Duffy 782.50 

Miss J. Robbins, Clerk, Roll of Service 892.00 

Clerical .\ssistants: 

Miss M. R. McKeown 1,095.50 

\'. Fennell. at $30 per week and 80c per hour 382.00 

Miss M. Drurv, at 60c per hour 266.80 

Miss A. Pirie, 8 weeks, 3 davs at $15 per week 127.50 

H. W. Silverman, 4 weeks, 1 dav at $20 per week 83.34 

Miss M. L. McNichol, 4 weeks at $20 80.00 

Miss E. Spiegel, at $20 per week and 52c per hour 76.90 

Eric Kruh, 3 weeks at $18 54.00 

Miss J. Douglas-Mann. 3 weeks at $18 54.00 

Miss L. A. Woods, 3 weeks at $18 54.00 

Mrs. Douglas Greer, 6 days at $8 48.00 

L. B. Fox. 2 weeks at $20 40.00 

Miss B. Burling, 2 weeks at $18 36.00 

R. Wilson, 3 weeks, at $12 36.00 

S. Fennell, 761.2 hours at 40c 30.60 

Miss N. Cassidv, 1 week 15.00 

Miss J. Croll, Ivveek 12.00 

Miss J. Michener, 1 week .. 12.00 

H. Collett, 16 hours at 50c 8.00 

Miss M. Bowes, 12 hours at 50c 6.00 

$ 35,006.71 



Superintendent's Office 

A. D. LePan, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds $ 7,000.00 

W^ H. Bonus, Assistant Superintendent, at $4,500; on War Service; 

contribution to Pension Fund 160.00 

Assistants: 

G. D. Maxwell, salary $4,200; additional allowance $500 4,700.00 

W. Robson ; 2,850.00 

On War Service, at $2,800: 

E. G. Moogk, contribution to Pension Fund 77.00 

J. Shortreed, contribution to Pension Fund 84.00 

Temporary .Assistants: 

A. J. Butlin 2,608.34 

R. L. Derbyshire 2,500.00 

W^ L. D. Carnie, Chief Clerk 2,750.00 

Stenographers: 

Mrs. Roberta M. Lang, at $1,500; resigned October 31 500.00 

Miss E. J. Henr\-, at $1,200 from November 1 (paid also $466.67 

as Clerk) ; 700.00 

Clerks: 

Miss A. K. Wynn 1,800.00 

Mrs. Jean I. Archibald, at $1,500; resigned January 31 875.00 

Mrs. Myrtle L. Wilson 1,200.00 

Miss L. Hartley 1,062.50 

Miss M. E. Thompson 1,062.50 

Miss E. J. Henry, at $1,100; to October 31; transferred to 

Steno'grapher 466.67 

Miss M. Cook, at $832; on War Service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 22.80 

Clerical -Assistants: 

Miss B. Poad 845.50 

Miss E. Williams, 41 weeks at $15 615.00 

Miss B. Montgomery, 18 weeks at $18 324.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 37 

Miss M. Clayton, 17 weeks, at $16 and $18 281.00 

Miss E. Nixon, 14 weeks, 5 days, at $17 per week 252.93 

Mrs. M. Salt, 38.7^2 hours at 57c 220.88 

Miss H. Mosbaugh, 11 weeks, 1 day at $15 per week 167.50 

Miss S. Funt, 9 weeks, 3 days at $15 per week 142.50 

Miss J. Chilnian, 5 weeks at $16 80.73 

Mrs. L. Glad\ s Cooper, 57' o hours at 57c 32.77 

$ 33,381.62 

Miscellaneous 



B. Bickersteth. \\ardcn. Hart House; on War Ser\ ice at $4,500 to 
-Xugusi 31; at $5,500 from September 1 $ 4,196.67 



Pensions and Retiring Allowances 

University's contribution to Pension Funds for the \ear ended June 

30, 1945: 

Remitted to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association, New 
York, for credit of retiring allowances funded there (original 
contributory plan) $ 42,625.79 

Less paid by: 

Toronto Conservatory of Music $ 100.00 

Less refunded by Teachers' Insurance and Annuity 
Association: 

A. Frumkin $17.50 

W. S. Ferguson 10.62 

J. G. Perold 6.25 



4,196.67 
$ 146,757.87 



34.37 



134.37 



$ 42,491.42 

Credited to Academic Pension Fund (formerly non-contributory 

plan) ^ ' 32,000.00 

Credited to Employees' Pension Fund (Administrative and Cleri- 
cal Employees) 29,850.46 

Sundry Annual -Allowances (voted separately); Portion 
of total pension provided from Special Funds 
detailed below : 

Lady Falconer $ 4,850.00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie Allowance $ 350.00 

Academic Pension Fund 700.00 

1.050.00 

$ 3,800.00 

Dr. F. A. Moure $3,600.00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie .Allowance $1,305.00 

Academic Pension Fund 1.743.27 

3.04S.27 



H. H. Langton $2,380.00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie .Allowance 1,980.00 



551.73 



400.00 



Special .Allowances: 

Miss C. Tocque $ 700.00 

D. J. Clark, at $500; Ob. January 27 291.67 

Mrs. Mary Byrne, at $300 from February 1 125.00 

Widows' .Allowances: 

Mrs. M. Hope Gillespie 900.00 

Mrs. Christian Lynn 375.00 



4,751.73 



2,391.67 
$ 111,485.28 



38 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

President's Office 

Office Supplies, postage, printing and incidentals: 

Canadian National Telegraphs $ 12.90 

A. N. Marquis Co., book 12.95 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., desks, chairs 243.10 

Postage 98.00 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 921.86 

Accountsunder $10.00 (3) 20.81 

Sundry disbursements by President: 

Telegrams, $19.46: carfare, $4.00; books, $5.77; telephone. $2.19 31.42 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $2.47; freight, $1.16 3.63 

$ 1,344.67 

Bursar's Office 

Office Supplies, postage, printing and incidentals ($4,533.73) : 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., ribbons, paper, service, etc.. $ 306.90 

Business Furniture Co., chair 12. .50 

Bernard Cairns Ltd., rubber stamps, etc 29.93 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, commercial safety paper for payroll 

cheques, binder 13.64 

Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers, 

membership dues 10.00 

Grand and Tov Ltd., cards, table, paper, etc 383.75 

C. J. Halford, book-truck 65.00 

Institute for Research in Biography, Biographical Encyclopedia . 21.93 

W. W. Kent, desk and chair repairs 64.00 

Lion Duplicator Co. of Canada, stencils, ink, paper 65.00 

Might Directories Ltd., postal directories, .20; citv directory, 

$42.20 less $10.00 allowance on 1944 directory 32.40 

Office Specialtv Mfg. Co., folders, transfer cases, etc 1-59.00 

Postage ' 1,008.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 62;90 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., tvpewriter, $155.45; ribbons, 

carbon, etc.. $51.85 '. 207.30 

Universit\ Press, printing, stationery 1,471.02 

-Accountsunder $10.00 (2) 6.03 

The Bursar, sundry disbursements: meals for staff for overtime in 
connection with closing of books, "War Research State- 
ments", etc., $356.00; allowance for use of car, banking, 
$100.00; carfares, $25.00; telegrams and telephone, $3.92; 
sundries. $25.40; exchange on cheques and postal notes, 

$124.01; less credit on exchange, $132.-57 501.76 

The Bursar, travelling expenses to New York to attend the annual 
and executive meetings of the Eastern .Association of College 

and Universit\' Business Officers 104.32 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $5.83; material, $2.52 8.35 

Stamp taxes on cheques ($1,489.17): 

Bank service charges 160.17 

Receiver General of Canada, inland revenue stamps 1,329.00 

Prepayment of Fees ($95.35): 

Cashiers, etc.: 

8 students for 3 davs at $3.00 per da\ 72.00 

1 student for 6 days at $3.00 per day 18.00 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour 5.35 

$ 6,118.25 

Less credit: sale of material 22.14 

$ 6,096.11 

Auditors' Fees: 

Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth and Nash, annual remuneration $ 3,000.00 

Insurance: 

Balance of premiums on General Schedule as renewed at 1 
January, 1943, and other three year miscellaneous policies, 
brought forward from 1943-44 and chargeable to 1944-45 20,607.18 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 39 



Miscellaneous: 

London Guarantee and Accident Co., (bonding of employees) $ 1,386.00 

British Traders' Insurance Co., (Athletic Grandstands and 

contents) 1,375.60 

Great American Insurance Co., (Connaught Laboratories, 
Spadina Division, 146 St. George St. and 5 Willcocks 
St.) 432.28 

London and Lancashire Insurance Co., (Horses of Connaught 

Laboratories while at Jockey Club, Hamilton) 3o0.00 

Yorkshire Insurance Co., (Connaught Laboratories, Spadina 

Division) 56.26 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, (charge for guarantee re safe- 
keeping of securities) 150.00 

H\dro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, (permit fee) . 50.00 

Automobiles: 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., Universit\- 

owned cars, 8256.31; non-ownership coverage. $160.00 416.31 

Holdup and Burglarv 749.88 

Accounts under $25.00 (7) 112.68 

$ 5,079.01 



$ 25,686.19 
Less: Rebates on cancelled policies , 239.00 



25,447.19 



Law Costs: 

Hamilton Casscl?, J\.C., taxed costs as solicitor to the L'niversity $ 1,742.88 

Taxes : 

City Treasurer, third of fi\e annual payments (continued for a 
second term of five years) in lieu of taxes on the following 
properties: 

Scott and Front Sts., 188 Vonge St.; King St., Adelaide 

St., 151 Bloor St. West. ' 7,500.00 

Unemplo\inent Insurance: 

Canadian Postage Meter ^^lachine, meter rental $ 150.00 

Receiver General of Canada, unemployment insurance 5,172.93 



$ 5,322.93 



Registrar's Office 

Stationery, Office Supplies and Postage ($3,265.87): 

P. E. Hyde, subscription to daih' papers $ 27.00 

Mrs. F.'P. Lloyd, cutting stencils ; 17.33 

Mimeograph Co., paper, ink, etc 111.10 

Office Specialt>- Mfg. Co., folders, cards, desk 407.85 

Photographic Service, prints 14.49 

Postage 1,771.94 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service 22.30 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, tvpewriter rentals 129.00 

D. _B. VVaddell, negatives ...' 74.80 

University Press, printing, stationery 599.79 

Accounts'under $10.00 (6) ' 35.40 

Sundr\- Disbursements h\ Registrar: telephone, $6.26; telegrams, 

etc., $11.32; express,' $2.29; sundries. $8.23 28.10 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $4.15; labour, $17.50; material. 

$5.12 26.77 

Printing, including .Arts Calendar, Curricula and cost of Students' 
Director\- ($4,024.44): 

University Press: 

Calendars, curricula, etc $ 2,643.66 

Students' Directory 1,380.78 

$ 7,290.31 



40 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Less credits: Proceeds from sale of students' directory $593.85 

Sale of material 28.00 

Minister of Education, Province of Ontario, to cover 
cost of matriculation examinations, incidental 

expenses 70.16 

Sundry credits 12 47 

704.58 

$ 6,585.73 



Convocation Expenses: 

E. .\wde, engrossing degrees $ 24.50 

Harcourts Ltd., repairs to gowns, mortar boards, etc 36.24 

William Rimmer, posters 2.50 

University Press, copies of programmes 312.06 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $4.13; labour, $23.74; material, 

$3.68 31.55 

$ 406.85 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



41 



Examinations: 





Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 


Presiding 
Officer 


.Attend- 
ance 


Totals 


Adams Mrs. GIad\'s 


$ 5.25: 
5.25 

5.75 
18.25 

5.75 
45.00 

9.50 

2.50 
45.00: 
45.00 
13.38 
28.00 
29.25 

13.25 
6.00 
2.50 
5.25 

2.50 

5.75 
10.75 
6.00 
8.75 
4.88 
16.75 
2.63 

15.50 
20.00 
17.2; 
15.50 

3.38 

9.00 

5.50 

12.00 

45.00 

34.50 

5.25 

8.75 

14.50 

2.63 
19.25 
45.00 

3.00 

19.75 
43.25 
45.00 
95.00 
12.88 

50.00 

7.25 

10.50 

5.00 


$ 78.00 
31.50 

30.00 

75.00 

18.00 
40.00 

3.50 

1800 
35.00 

3.00 

3.50 

36.00 
9.00 

6.00 


$ 15.00 

50.00 

62.00 
7.50 

6.00 
3.00 

18.00 

38.00 


$ 78.00 


Adamson, A. P. C 


5.25 


Ainslie, D. S 


36.75 


Allan, H. W 


15.00 


Allcut, E. A 


5.75 


Anderson, P. G 


18.25 


Anderson, Mrs. R. L 


5.75 


Anglin, Adrian 


45.00 


Angus, R. W. 


9.50 


Anthes R. G. . 


32.50 


Armour, R. G. 


45.00 


Armstrong, H. G 


4.0.00 


Arnold. Mrs. M. B 


13.38 


Arnold, R. K 


28.00 


Arthur, E. R 


29.25 


Baillie. W. H. T. . .. 


75.00 


Bain, J. W 


13.25 


Baldwin. K. W 


6.00 


Balthazard, Miss I. G 


2.50 




5.25 


Barclay, S. B 


18.00 


Barker, A. E. . 


2.50 


Baughurst, W. A. 


90.0C 




5.75 


Beattv, S ' 


10.75 


Beh. Y. T 


6.00 


Bell, H. G 


8.75 


Bernard, Sister M. 


4.88 


Bernhardt, K. S 


20.25 


Berry, Miss Y). F. J 


2.63 


Blacklock, Miss H 


62.00 




. 15.50 


Bladen, V. \V 


20.00 


Boswell, M. C 


17.25 


Box, H. K 


15.50 




7.50 


Brady, A 


3.38 


Breckenridge, J. G. 


27.00 


Brezik, \'. B 


40.50 


Brieger, P. H 


12.00 


Brooks. E. F 


45.00 




34.50 


Brown, G. W 


5.25 




8.75 


Bryant, L. R 


14.50 




6.00 


Bumby, Miss I. A 


3.00 




2.63 


Burk, J. D 


19.25 




45.00 


Burton, E. F. 


3.00 


Butterfield, Mrs. Jean R 


3.00 


Byrne, \V. V 


18.00 




19.75 


Cameron, G. C... 


43.25 


Campbell, A. A 


45.00 


Campbell, VV. R 


95.00 




12.88 


Cardinal. C. H 


41.50 


Carscadden. VV. G 


50.00 


Carswell, W. E 


36.00 




16.25 


Chapman, R. K 


10.50 


Child, P A.G 


5.00 


Chitty, Miss H. M 


6.00 



42 



REPORT OF THE 




Clark. C. C. 
Clarkson, F. A. 
Clawson, W. H. 
Cleaver, E. E. 
Coates, F. 
Clement, G. K. 
Coburn, Miss K. 
Cochrane, C. N. 
Cockburn. J. R. 
Cole, C. E. C. 
Cole, F. L. 
Coleman, L. C. 
Conboy, F. J. 
Conner. J. W. 
Cook, Miss A. L. 
Cook, Mrs. Dorothy 
Cook, T. W. 
Coper, R. 
Corrigan, C. A. 
Cosbie, W. G. 
Cosens, G. G. 
Cosgrave, Rev. F. H. 

Couch, J. H 

Courtice, H. A 

Coventry, A. F 

Cox, M.A 

Coxeter, H. S. M 

Craigie, E. H 

Crawford, M. F 

Crerar, S. R 

Crosby, VV. J. R 

Crossley, Miss K. M 

Cunningham, Mrs. B. B. 

Danis, J. T 

Davev, A 

Davis, M. I 

Dawson, R. M 

Deacon, Dr. A. S 

De Jong, S. H 

Deloume, F. E 

DeLury, D. B..^ 

Detweiler, H. K 

Dodington, E. I 

Dore, Rev. J. W 

DuBois, Miss M. L 

Duff, Miss D. K 

Duflf, T.A.J 

Dunbar, \V. B 

Dwight, T. W 

Dymond, J. R 

Eastman, Miss I 

Edison, G. 

Edwards, G. R 

Ellis, M. B 

Ellis, R. G 

Ellis, S. G 

Etkin, B 

Evans. E. V 

Falconer, J. G. 

Farquharson, R. F 

Farrar. C. B 

Farrar, S. G 

Ferguson, F. L 

Fidlar, E 

Finch, R. D. C 

Fisk, G. V 

Fletcher, Mrs. Jean 

Fortune, Mrs. E. M 



5.00 
90.75 

8.50 

22.37 

6.00 

3.25 

10.25 

5.75 

5.50 

2.50 

52.38 

20.25 

45.00 

5.25 



10.75 

83.50 

5.50 

11.00 



52.38 
16.75 

2.75 

15.50 



2.63 
5.25 

6.62 
91.50 
88.75 
25.26 

5.75 
6.50 
5.50 
24.25 
1.00 



49.00 
6.00 



10.50 
27.00 



24.00 

31.50 
6.00 

24.00 
30.00 



12.00 
35.00 



15.00 



21.00 



36.00 



9.00 



6.00 



16.50 



28.001 



No. 12 



20.25 

25.50 

66.70 

45.00 
5.75 

16.50 

35.00 
5.25 

11.50 

45.00 

20.50 
5.50 
8.12 

45.00 
4. 

1.50 
3.00 
7.00 

79.75 

24.25 
6.00 
5.00 

90.75 

21.00 
8.50 

22.37 
6.00 
49.00 
3.25 
16.25 
5.75 
5.50 
38.50 
52.38 
20.25 
45.00 
5.25 
10.50 
27.00 
9.00 
10.75 
83.50 
29.50 
11.00 
31.50 
6.00 
52.38 
40.75 
30.00 
2.75 
6.00 
15.50 
12.00 
35.00 
2.63 
5.25 
15.00 
6.62 
91.50 
88.75 
25.26 
16.50 
5.75 
6.50 
5.50 
24.25 
1.00 
28.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 




43 




Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 


Presiding 
Officer 


Attend- 
ance 


Totals 


Foulds, G. S '. 


$ 7.37 
14.50 

5.25 


$ 40.00 

16.50 
48.00 

6.00 
40.00 

21.00 

37.50 

13.50 
6.00 

12.00 
13.50 

24.00 


$ 7.37 


Fowler W. J R ... 


14.50 


Frankel, Aliss E 


40.00 


Franks, Dr. R. M 


5.25 


Frunikin, A 


10.50 
2.50 
7.50 
7.00 

11.00 
.88 

29.00 

10.50 
8.63 
5.75 

45.00 

15.75 

6.25 

81.88 

12.85 
5.50 
6.85 

19.00 

6.25 
5.00 

45.00 
5.50 
5.75 
5.25 
2.75 

45.00 
6.25 
9.25 

12.00 

6.75 

7.50 

79.50 

6.63 

3.38 
2.50 

8.50 
45.00 

24.75 
71.00 

.75 

5.25 

87.50 

27.50 

5.50 

5.25 
45.00 
11.00 

11.75 


$ 3.50 
12.00 

3.00 
10.50 

12.00 

17.50 

6.00 

36.00 
6.00 

3.00 

24.00 
24.00 


10.50 


Frve, H. N 


2.50 


Fulmer, H. L ; 

Funnell, W. S. ... 


7.50 
7.00 


Gardiner, VV. J 

Geort;e, R. Iv. . 


11.00 
4.38 


Gibson, E. L 

Gilchrist, G. G 

Gillespie, J. W 


12.00 
16.50 
48.00 


Glover, J. S ; 


29.00 


Glvnn, \V. S 


6.00 


Godfrey, R. J 


13.50 


Gocffio. E. i 


8.63 


Goodwin-Wilson, R. 


5.75 


Gopal-A\engar, A. R 


40.00 


Gourlev, D. R „..-. 

Graham, R. R 


10.50 
45.00 


Grant, J. D 


15.75 


Grant, R. R 


6.25 


Gra\', Jessie 


81.88 


Grav, J. E ....:.... 


12.00 


Grav, K. G. 


12.85 


Gravdon, \V. F 


26.50 


Greev, P. H 


6.85 


Gunvaldsen, K. M. 


19.00 


Hall, J C 


17.50 


Ham, A. W ..„ 

Hamilton, D. E. ,...'. 


6.25 
5.00 


Hamilton, F. C : 


45.00 


Hamilton, F. W 


5.50 


Hampson, Mrs. H 


43.25 


Hancock, J. E. M. . . : 


5.25 


Harkness, W. J. K. 


2.75 


Harris, C. VV 


45.00 


Hart, C. VV. M 

Helleiner, K. F. M 


6.25 
9.25 


Helwig. C. E. 


12.00 


Henderson, R. C 


13.50 


Henderson, V. L 


12.75 


Henderson, V. E 


7.50 


Hepburn, John 


79.50 


Hill, D. C. 


6.63 


Hodges. VV. E. 


6.00 


Hodgetts, J. E ,.;....;.: 


3.38 


Hodgins, L. C. A 


2.50 


Hosie. R. C ^ 


36.00 


Howitt, J. E ■. 


8.50 


Howland. G. VV •. 


45.00 


Huber, D. G 

Huggins, M. \V. 

Hughes, F. N 

Humber, C. M 


12.00 
30.75 
7100 
13 50 


Humphre\s. H. L 


.75 


Hunter, .\ ':.... 


5.25 


Hurst, R. 


87 50 


Hvland. H. H. . .. 


27.50 


Ireton, H. J. C 

Irvine. 0. R 

Israel, Mrs. .\. Maude j. 


3.00 

5.50 

24.00 


Jackson, K. B 

Janes, R. M. ;..... 


5.25 
45.00 


Jenking, Miss R. I ,...., 


11.00 


Johnson, J. H 

Jones, L. E ; 


24.00 
35.75 



44 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Jones, T. H 

Keegan, R. 

Kendall, E. W 

Kennedy, Miss Frances 

Kenrick, F. B 

King, J. T 

Kirkwood, Mrs. M. M... 

Klein, L. G 

Klem, L.J 

Knox, R. S 

Krieger, Miss C. C 

Krueger, L. F 

Lacey, A. 

Laidlaw, Mrs. A. T 

Laidlaw, Mrs. Margaret K. 

Laskin, B 

Laughlm, W. H. M 

Ledoux, Mme. J 

Leggatt, A. G 

Legget, R. F. 

Lehmann, A. J. V' 

Le Mesurier, A. B 

Leslie, C. \V. 

Le Vescfmte, Miss H. P 

Lewis, E. P. 

Lewis, F. I 

Lick, Mrs. Marv F 

Lloyd, B. H 

Lord, G. R 

Lorriman, F. R 

Loudon, Miss L M 

Loudon, J. D 

Loudon, T. R 

Low, D. M 

Ludford, J 

McAndrew. W. J 

McAree, Miss G 

MacArthur, J. W 

MacCallum. H. R 

McCullough, W. S 

McCurdv, W.J 

MacDonald, A. E 

Macdonald, J. B 

MacDonald, Miss M. D... . 

McDougall, D. J 

MacElhinney, W. G. 

MacGillivray, J. R. 

McGilvray, C. D 

McHouII, Miss Donna J. . 

Mcllwraith, T. F 

Mcintosh, R. A 

Mcintosh, \V. G 

MacLachlan, ]. D 

McLaughlin. R. R 

MacLean. A 

McLean, E. C 

MacLean, K. 

MacMillan, Sir Ernest 

McMurrich, Miss K. I.. . 

McNally, A. G 

McNallv, Miss Frances 

McPhedran, J. H 

McPhedran, W. F 

Macpherson, Miss J 

McRostie, G. P 

Madill, H. H 

Magner, Wm 

Mallory. J. R 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



Presiding 
Officer 




2.87| 
7.76 
5.75, 

5.25 
5.25 
2.50 
5.75 
6.38 
5.00 
37.75 
19.25 
8.75 



6.25 
10.50 



16.25 

5.25 

45.00 

5.25 
25.24 
45.00 



5.00 

5.25 

5.25 

45.00 

12.50 

21.50 

4.88 

2.75 

1.75 

19.00 

45.00 

19.75 

5.00 

8.25 

7.50 
29.00 

5.50 
20.00 
16.25 

8.25 
14.50 
10.13 

9.12 

2.50 
19.57 
22.25 

5.25 

45.00 

45.00 

5.25 

10.251 

8.25' 

17.75 



6.00 



35.00 



70.00 
104.50 



91.00 
45.00 
12.00 



80.80 



42.00 



$ 41.00 



Totals 



6.00 



136.50 
35.00 



31.50 



12.00 
3.00 



3.00 



12.00 



9.00 



1.50 



3.00 
24.00 



2.87 

7.76 

5.75 

6.00 

5.25 

5.25 

2.50 

5.75 

41.38 

5.00 

37.75 

19.25 

8.75 

70.00 

145.50 

6.25 

10.50 

91.00 

45.00 

28.25 

5.25 

45.00 

80.80 

5.25 

25.24 

45.00 

42.00 

9.00 

5.00 

5.25 

5.25 

45.00 

12.50 

21.50 

1.50 

4.88 

6.00 

2.75 

1.75 

155.50 

35.00 

45.00 

19.75 

36.50 

8.25 

3.00 

7.50 

29.00 

24.00 

5.50 

20.00 

28.25 

8.25 

17.50 

10.13 

9.12 

2.50 

19.57 

22.25 

5.25 

3.00 

45.00 

45.00 

5.25 

10.25 

12.00 

8.25 

17.75 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



45 



Maltbv. E. J 

Marshall, T. R 

Mason. A. D. A 

Mazzoleni, E. 

Meek, T. J 

Meen, Miss A. S 

Melson, J. W 

Miller, Miss J 

Milne, Miss Dorothx H 

Misener, A. D 

Mitford, Mrs. M. T. C. 

Moffat, Miss M. D 

Moffatt, R. C 

Montgomery, R. J 

Morgan, A. L. 

Morley 

Morley, Miss S. G 

Morrison, C. F 

Morwick, F. F 

Mulock, Dr. Gwen 

Murphy, Miss V. R 

Murray, D. W. G 

Murray, J. A 

Murray, S. G 

Myatt, E 

Naravan, A 

Neal.G. M 

Newcombe, J. A 

Northwav, Miss M. L. 

Okulitch, V. J 

Olga, Sister M 

Panabaker, D. D 

Pancer, L. 

Park, Miss I 

Parrish, D. J 

Paul, E. W 

Pavlychenko, T. K 

Peckham, J. W 

Perrv, R. C 

Phillips, A 

Phoenix, W. L 

Physics, Department of 

Pidgeon, L. M 

Piersol, W. H 

Pollard, Miss L 

Porter, A. M 

Potashin, Reva 

Potter, C 

Pounder, I. R 

Pratt, D. W 

Pratt. Mrs. E. J 

Price. Dr. R. M 

Radforth, N. W 

Rae, J. J 

Raithby, G. E 

Reaman. G. E 

Reid. J. E 

Reid. J. Spence 

Richmond, R 

Rickard, P. A 

Riddle, Miss W. C 

Riese. Miss L 

Rigg, \\\ E 

Riley, C. W 

Risdon. F. E 

Robert, J. X 

Robertson, H. G 

Robinson, D. A. F 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 45.00 






$ 45.00 


22.88 






22.88 


2.62 






2.62 


13.34 






13.34 


5.00 






5.00 




$ 100.00 




100.00 




30.00 




30.00 






$ 18.00 


18.00 




10.50 




10.50 


5.00 






5.00 


5.00 






5.00 






37.50 


37.50 


24.50 






24.50 




21.00 




21.00 


45.00 






45.00 




3.00 




3.00 




42.00 




42.00 


10.50 


18.00 




28..50 


8.75 






8.75 


5.25 






5.25 




14.00 




14.00 


45.00 




« 


45.00 






6.00 


6.00 


4.25 






4.25 






7.50 


7.50 






54.00 


54.00 




24.50 




24.50 




12.00 




12.00 


8.88 






8.88 


8.13 






8.13 


4.88 






4.88 


16.00 


18.00 




34.00 






7.50 


7.50 




3.00 




3.00 




18.00 




18.00 


24.25 






24.25 


25.00 






25.00 




35.00 




35.00 






60.00 


60.00 




3.00 




3.00 






3.00 


3.C0 


6.25 






6.25 


5.25 






5.25 


7.00 






7.00 


5.25 






5.25 




3.00 




3.00 






4.00 


4.00 






1.50 


1.50 


16.75 






16.75 


45.00 






45.00 




93.00 




93.00 




56.00 




56.00 




31.50 




31.50 


10.50 






10.50 


15.25 






15.25 


9.13 






9.13 


38.50 






38.50 


5.00 






5.00 


5.75 






5.75 






13.50 


13.50 




6.00 




6.00 


3.75 






3.75 






4.50 


4.50 


11.75 






11.75 


12.87 






12.87 


45.00 






45.00 


5.50 






5.50 


11.00 






11.00 



46 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



Robinson, Miss I 

Robinson, T. A 

Robinson, \V. L 

Rothwell, J. R 

Rowe, T. L 

Runions, A. D. 

Rush, Rev. E. L 

Ryerson, E. S 

Rykert, H. E 

St. Francis, Sister M 

St. John, Sister M 

St. Stanislaus, Sister M... 

Satterlv, J 

Saunders, R. M 

Savan, David 

Schawlow, Miss R 

Schofield, F. W 

Scott, D. P 

Scott, H. E 

Scott, R 

Scott, T. N 

Scott, Wm. A ...• 

Secord, Mrs. Doris A 

.Selby, D. L 

Shanks, G 

Shaw, J. E 

Sheldon, J. M 

Shenstone, N. S 

Shepherd, A. L 

Shutt, D. B 

Sims, Miss E. M 

Sinclair, L. S 

Smallfield, H. A 

Smith, A 

Smith, E. A 

Smith, Miss F. A 

Smith, H. G 

Smith, I. W 

Smith, Leo 

Smith, V. G 

Snyder, E. S 

Spence, J. J 

Sproule, W. H 

Staples, M. W 

Staples, W. E 

Staton, Dr. J. F 

Stevenson, L 

Strong, Miss M. K 

Sullivan, Rev. B. F 

Surerus, J. A. 

Tatham, G. 

Tayler, N. H 

Tavlor, Griffith 

Taylor, \V. R 

Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth. 

Thomas, R. H 

Thompson, Dr. M 

Thompson, Mrs. M. W... 

Thompson, R. W 

Thomson, C. L 

Thomson, J. E 

Thordarson, Miss L 

Tobias, Miss R 

Tolton, W. D 

Tom, Dr. Mary 

Tomlinson, A. H 

Toomer, J. E 

Treadgold, W. M 



Presiding 
Officer 



2.63 
45.00 
21.10 

5.50 

5.50 

8.75 

10.25 

72.50 

2.50 

5.38 

5.50 

12.25 

10.50 



34.75 



18.50 

72.50 

24.50 

9.25 

8.25 

5.25 

19.00 

45.00 

5.50 

5.25 
5.50 

5.75 

6.75 

16.00 

18.50 

106.07 

13.00 

17.25 

5.00 

5.50 

8.75i 

10.00 

10.00 

10.50 
8.25 

5.25 
31.00 
10.75 

6.00 

45.00 



6.00 

2.88 

13.13 



5.50 

5.75 



12.25 



45.00 
3.00 



Attend- 
ance 



Totals 



7.50 



42.00 



45.00 



27.00 



28.00 

15.00 

9.00 



10.50 
7.50 



36.00 

9.00 

42.00 

6.00 

35.00 
56.00 

62.00 

6.00 

45.50 
33.00 



30.00 
26.00 

1.50 



2.63 
45.00 
21.10 
45.00 
16.00 
5.50 
8.75 
10.25 
72.50 
2.50 
5.38 
5.50 
12.25 
10.50 
42.00 
28.00 
34.75 
15.00 
45.00 
9.00 
18.50 
72.50 
24.50 
9.25 
8.25 
5.25 
19.00 
45.00 
27.00 
5.50 
10.50 
5.25 
5.50 
7.50 
5.75 
6.75 
16.00 
54.50 
106.07 
22.00 
17.25 
47.00 
5.50 
8.75 
10.00 
10.00 
6.00 
10.50 
8.25 
35.00 
5.25 
87.00 
10.75 
6.00 
30.00 
45.00 
62.00 
26.00 
6.00 
2.88 
13.13 
6.00 
1.50 
5.50 
45.50 
5.75 
33.00 
12.25 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 




Trethewc\ , W. H 

\an\Vvck\ H. B 

Waddell, D. B 

Waddell, Miss M. E. G. 

Waines, R. T 

Walker, Miss E. I 

Walker, E. M 

Walker, Dr. Norma Ford 

Wallace. W. A 

Wallis, Miss L. M 

Warden, A 

Wasteneys, H '. 

Watson, M. B 

Watt, J. C 

Webber, W. J 

Weinstein, .A 

Weir, J. R 

Welty, Rev. E. J 

Wetmore, F. E. W 

Wev. J. C 

White, A. W. M 

White, J. H 

White, Miss M. E 

Wilkinson, F. R 

Willan, Healev 

Williams, C. H. M 

Williams, E. T. 

Williams, R. J 

Wilson, G. E 

Winnett, F. \' 

Wiren, R. C 

Wishart. D. E. S. 

Wolfe, S. E 

Wolff. F. E 

Wood, B. D 

Woodhouse, A. S. P. 

Woodside, M. St. A 

Wookev, H. W 

Wright, W. J. T 

Wright, W. W 

Wynne, A. M. 

Young, C. R. 

Young, R. K 

Zimmer, A. R 



21.25 



10 
5. 

83. 
8. 

45. 



22 



38.50 

30.00 

3.00 



18.00 
27.00 
58.50 



42.00 
35.00 

31.50 

49.00 
18.00 

33.00 



6.00 



14.00 



26.00 



1.50 



40.13 

65.50 

14.00 

59.75 

30.00 

3.00 

2.75 

5.75 

18.00 

26.00 

32.00 

5.50 

69.25 

12.50 

5.25 

15.75 

14.25 

5.25 

11.50 

47.50 

7.37 

5.25 

45.88 

45.00 

61.07 

34.75 

5.25 

31.50 

51.00 

51.75 

23.00 

45.00 

38.50 

8.75 

1.50 

10.00 

5.50 

83.50 

8.50 

45.00 

5.50 

5.25 

5.25 

28.25 



$ 5,740.96]$ 3.194.00!$ 1.056.001$ 9,990.96 



48 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Apportionment 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



Presiding 
Officer 



Attend- 
ance 



Totals 



Arts 

Medicine 

Music 

Forestry 

Pharmacy 

Veterinary Science 

School of Nursing 

Applied Science 

Household Science 

Physical & Health Education 

School of Social Work 

Agriculture 

Dentistry 

University Extension 



Rumuneration to examiners (as detailed above). 
Presiding and attendance (as detailea above) 



790.46 
2,779.05 
210.05 
37.25 
184.00 
147.00 

650.75 



21.25 
364.51 
478.25 

78.39 



1,358.50 

242.50 

54.00 

78.00 

51.50 

33.00 

96.50 

705.00 

18.00 

73.00 

19.50 

183.00 

159.00 

122.50 



638.50 : 
36.001 



9.00 
306.00 



4.00 



58.50 
4.00 



$ 5,740.96$ 3,194.00$ 1,056.00 



E.xamination supplies and sundries: 

Engrossing diplomas, etc., S. Harrod 

Salvaging examination papers, etc., G. M. Hougham, $30.90; 

C. D. Nicholson, $20.50 

University Press, diplomas, examination books, etc 

Engineering Societ) , University of Toronto 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 

Superintendent's Dept: labour, $309.53; material, $1.40 



Printing examination papers and class lists: 

University Press 

Photographic Service, prints 

Hygiene & Preventive Medicine, mimeographing. 
Art Galler_\' of Toronto, prints 



$ 539.20 

51.40 

2,405.33 

11.50 

11.44 

310.93 



7.163.78 

20.15 

8.16 

2.00 



2,787.46 

3,057.55 

264.05 

115.25 

235.50 

180.00 

105.50 

1,661.75 

18.00 

77.00 

40.75 

547.51 

695.75 

204.89 



$ 9,990.96 



Less credit for sale of waste paper, etc. 



5,740.96 
4,250.00 



$ 3,329.80 



7,194.09 

$ 20,514.85 
174.66 

$ 20,340.19 



Superintendent's Office 

Office Supplies, postage, printing and incidentals ($2,049.17): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., labels $ 13.72 

Brown Bros. Ltd., daily journals, pads 15.00 

Bernard Cairns, ink, rubber stamps, etc 31.42 

H. S. Crabtree, tracing paper 44.50 

R. G. Dalton, blueprints 62.19 

Grand and Toy Ltd., paper, transfer cases 40.25 

McMullin Publishers Ltd., subscription 25.00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., folders 30.83 

Ontario Paper Box Mfg. Co., paper boxes 14.85 

Postage ._. ._ ._ 396.00 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, car license, gasoline ration book... 11.00 

Remington Rand, inspections 18.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 140.35 

The Evening Telegram, advertising 12.75 

H. A. Rogers and Co., price service for year 20.00 

Salem's Garage, oil, gasoline, auto repairs 207.59 

Speight, Van Nostrand, Ward and Anderson, surveys 76.00 

University Press, printing, binding, stationery 771.10 

Accounts'under $10.00 (17) 45.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



49 



The Superintendent, sundr\ disbursements: excise stamps, $18.00; 

telephone, $8.22 '. 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $25.54; material, $21.86 

Drafting Assistance: 

J. A. Murray 

Less credit: University Extension, to cover cost of caretaking for 
evening classes 



26.22 
47.40 



382.50 



2,431.67 
40.00 



Central Stores: 
Storekeeper: 

C. A. Johnson, 12 months $ 2,400.00 

Assistant Storekeeper: 

Robert Montgomerie. 12 months 1,500.00 

Clerk: 

Miss B. Hart. 12 months 1,250.00 

Grounds: 

Foreman Gardener, R. R. Corbett, 12 months $ 2,400.00 

Lighting Account 363.57 

Labour, gravel, roadwavs, granolithic walks, flowers, shrubs, and 
general expenses ($20,934.26): 

P. Burns and Co., fuel 10.15 

City Treasurer, repairs, water, etc 161.79 

College Saddlery Warehouse, wheels, blanket, rope 18.35 

Colling Tire Shop, repairs 17.00 

Charles Gilbert, shaft, rain cover 10.50 

Miss Graydon, repairs to car 12.50 

Joe Hampson, sand 112.50 

Stan Lane, sharpening, repairs 22.85 

John McClaren, blacksmithing 31.90 

MoUenhauer Contracting Co., repairs to gate piers 103.10 

B. VV. Miller and Co.. plants, etc 214.49 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, truck licenses, gasoline ration 

books, vacation pay stamps 161.78 

Risebrough and Jackson, feed 205.72 

Riverdale Garage Ltd., repairs 162.86 

Salem's Garage, plugs, oil, repairs, engines 480.22 

Sheridan Nurseries, trees 26.71 

Wm. J. Stephenson, surfacing roads 404.42 

Toronto Transportation Commission, rental of snow plough 28.00 

W. P. Warner, sod 90.00 

White and Thomas, fenders 158.00 

United Farmers Co-operative Co., plant food 305.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 10.80 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $16,469.01 ; material, $1,716.61. 18,185.62 

$ 23,697.83 
Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant $ 363.57 

Credit for cartage, repairs, etc. 321.90 

685.47 

Protective Service: 

Pay of Constables and Night watchmen ($19,389.19): 
Constables: 

R. J. D'Arcy, 12 months % 1.950.00 

C. M. Scruby, 12 months 1,850.00 

Nightwatchmen: 

M. Robb, 12 months 1,.500.00 

P. Pinfold, 12 months 1,436.76 

W. Illingworth. 12 months 1,386.84 

J. Kirkwood, 12 months 1,380.00 

L. Saltman, 12 months 1,375.41 



$ 2,391.67 



$ 5,150.00 



$ 23,012.36 



50 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



G. Pountney, 42 weeks (paid also in Ontario College of 

Education and Connaught Laboratories) 

G. A. Stanley, 39 weeks 

T. Heaney, 35 weeks, 2 nights 

T. E. Armstrong, 8 months (paid also in Ontario College 

of Education and Connaught Laboratories) 

W. N. Lotto, 6 months (paid also in Ontario College of 

Education and Connaught Laboratories) 

H. McGee, 6 months (paid also in Ontario College of 

Education) 

F. W. Bettridge, 7 months (paid also in Ontario College 

of Education and Connaught Laboratories) 

F. Clark, L5 weeks 

J. Mclnt> re, 16 weeks (paid also in Ontario College of 

Education and Connaught Laboratories) 

J. Routley, 13 weeks 

G. Gaul, 12 weeks ; 

G. M. Tannahill, 67 nights 

T. H. Gray, 8 weeks 

J. Rylands, 6 weeks, 6 nights 

S. J. Sharp, 6 weeks 

J. Toohey, 11 nights 

H. J. Thomsett, 10 nights 

J. A. Anderson, at $1,200.00; on WarSerx^ice; contribution 

to pension fund 

Sundry persons (4) ; 

Uniforms, clocks, dials, etc. ($309.29): 

Harding Bros, of Canada, repairs to clocks 

Muir Cap and Regalia Ltd., caps 

Tip Top Tailors Ltd., uniforms 

University Press, stationery ' 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $36.58; material, $31.70 



1,119.29 

1,070.61 

941.07 

920.00 

690.00 

660.00 

608.14 
453.39 

426.72 
346.71 
308.61 
255.27 
209.55 
182.88 
160.02 
41.91 
38.10 

36.00 
41.91 



105.75 

7.53 

89.55 

38.18 

68.28 



Telephones: 

Bell Telephone Co., service to 30 June $ 17,462.55 

Less receipts from sub service $ 7,036.40 

Students in residence 874.00 

.Slot machines 177.87 

8,088.27 



$ 19,698.48 



Switchboard Operators ($4,402.06); 

Mrs. Jessie Hoddinott, 12 months 

Miss C. Roberts, 12 months 

Miss K. Winton, 12 months 

Miss A. Mitchell, 35' 9 weeks, 80 days. 

Relief ($917.55): 

Mrs. J. Duggan. 7 weeks, 583'2 days 

Mrs. M. MciMullen, 2 weeks, 31 days.. 

Mrs. M. Chowen, 36 da\s .'. 

Mrs. A. McDermid, 12l'i2 hours 

Sundry persons (12) 



$ 9,374.28 

$ 1.200.00 
1,141.92 
1,058.20 
1,001.94 

394.73 
166.90 
158.97 
69.26 
127.69 



$ 14,693.89 



Convocation Hall and Simcoe Hall 

Heat and Light $ 

Gas, $48.24; water, $88.61 

Caretaker's Supplies ($739.62): 

Universitv Press, ink, paper, pens 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2) ,.....,..,., ."..... 

Superintendent's Dept., material 

Cleaning ($6,727.99): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

Baker Carpet Cleaning Co , ^.......i 

White Window Cleaning Co. , 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 



5.658.44 
136.85 



16.20 

2.86 

720.56 



18.86 

12.59 

35.00 

6,661.54 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



51 



Repairs and Renewals ($2,821.86): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades recovered 

Canadian Johns-Manville Co. Ltd., Fibretone acoustic ceiling .... 
Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., gaskets, valves, repairs . . 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,049.52; material, $498.04 

Acting Postmaster and Chief Messenger: 

H. R. Cheney, at $1,500.00; on War Service; contribution to 
Pension Fund 

Messenger and Post Office Service ($4,631.08): 

Gordon Banton, II2 weeks, 3^2 days 

Doreen Barton, 3^2 weeks. 17^9 days 

Miss E. Cain, 19 weeks, 19 days 

Miss D. Cuthbertson, 12 days 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., bicycle 

J. Hawkshaw, 6 weeks, 8^2 days 

J. Hayden, 30 hours 

Miss L. Holloway, 2 weeks 

Mrs. R. Lloyd-Jones, 12 months 

Ronald Knight, 10 weeks, 10 days 

David Logan, bicycle lock, repairs 

R. Mcintosh, 2 weeks, 30 days 

R. Maddeaux, 17 weeks, 3 days 

Miss H. Peel, 12 months 

Miss Rita Quintilian, 1 day 

G. Waldron, 16 weeks, 4 days 

Mrs. L. Westbrook, 19 weeks, 1 day 

Bett\' Williams, 2 weeks, 11'^ days 

Car fares 

Less: Heat and Light charged to Central Power 

Plant $ 5.658.44 

Credit for stores, cleaning, etc 273.69 



36.68 

200.00 

23.69 

13.93 

2,547.56 



32.49 



25.21 

97.50 

365.75 

33.00 

39.15 

119.36 

10.50 

31.30 

1,428.73 

192.50 

9.70 

107.81 

288.75 

1.141.92 

2.57 

275.00 

358.70 

64.63 

39.00 

$ 20.748.33 



5,932.13 



$ 14,816.20 



184 College Street 

Light :.., : $ 159.07 



Fuel ($666.41): 

P. Burns and Co 

Halliday Bros. 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3.80; material, 60c. 
Gas, $24.55; water, $33.91 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept. , material 

Cleaning ($438.60): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

Ideal Window Cleaners...'....../.;......' 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $367.39; material, $8 



x-ss: Light charged to Central Power Plant 
Credits for cleaning, etc 



B.46 



159.07 
9.00 



166.90 

495.11 

4.40 

58.46 



100.00 



1.60 

5.36 

431.64 



453.85 



$ 1,876.39 



168.07 



$ 1.708.32 



86 Queen's Park 

Light ; $ 

Fuel, gas, water, cleaning, repairs and renewals, etc. ($972 59): 

Cit\ Treasurer, water 

Consumers Gas Co., gas 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., resurfacing floor 



250.93 



11.76 

.48 

15.00 



52 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Superintendent's Dept., labour, $469.45; material, $475.90 
Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant 



945.35 



$ 1,223.52 
250.93 



972.59 



$ 418,473.21 



IL LIBRARY 
Salaries 

\V. S. Wallace, Librarian (paid also $350 in Ontario College of Edu- 
cation) $ 5,650.00 

Miss H. G. B. Woolryche, Assistant Librarian 2,600.00 

Heads of Departments: 

MissM. L. Newton, Circulation 2,350.00 

Miss E. V. Bethune, Cataloguing 2,250.00 

Miss A. M. Cordingley, Periodicals 1,950.00 

Assistants: 

Miss E. Aldridge 1,750.00 

Miss J. Jarvis 1.750.00 

Miss E. Creighton 1,700.00 

Miss. J. Rathbun 1,650.00 

Miss A. Leonard 1,600.00 

Miss M. H. Skinner 1,600.00 

Miss L Trowern 1,600.00 

Miss E. L. Alexander 1,500.00 

Miss D. Dignum 1,500.00 

Miss D. Tod : 1,500.00 

Mrs. Mary L. Van Gorder 1,500.00 

Miss E. Cook .-.* 1,450.00 

Miss V. A. Tavlor 1,450.00 

Miss K. Wales 1,450.00 

Miss M. Robinson 1,400.00 

MissG. Williams 1,400.00 

Mrs. Ruth Mulholland, at $1,400; resigned March 31 1,050.00 

Miss K. Ball, at $1,400; on War Service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 42.00 

Mrs. Jovce Elsley 1,300.00 

Mrs. M. Roxalyn Finch 1,300.00 

Miss V. L Kevs 1,300.00 

Miss J. MacBeth 1,300.00 

Miss B. Saunders 1,250.00 

On War Service at $1,250: 

Miss F. E. Bertram; resigned June 30; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 37.50 

Miss E. Heighington; contribution to Pension Fund 34.40 
Mrs. Margaret Wodehouse; resigned December 31; 6 months 

contribution to Pension Fund 17.20 

Miss A. Curry, at $1,200 from April 1 (paid also $900 as Tempor- 
ary Assistant) 300.00 

Miss M. Hiltz 1,200.00 

Miss C. Nisbet 1.200.00 

Miss M. Slater, at $1,200 from February 1 (paid also $700 as 

Temporary Assistant) 500.00 

Miss H. C. Wrightman 1,200.00 

Miss E. Pepall, at $1,200; on War Serrice; contribution to Pension 

Fund 33.00 

Temporary Assistants at $1,200: 

Miss M. Bovd 1,200.00 

Miss A. Moulton 1,200.00 

Miss A. Curry, to March 31; transferred to Assistants 900.00 

Miss M. Slater, to January 31; transferred to .Assistants 700.00 
Mrs. Helen Speer, from October 1 to March 31; resigned (paid 

also $60 as Occasional Assistant) 600.00 

Mrs. Jean Beharriell, resigned September 30 300.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



53 



Mrs. Edythe McCausland, from April 1 (paid also $520.27 as 
Occasional Assistant) 

Miss C. Kelly, from June 1 (paid also $46 as Occasional Assistant) 

Miss R. M. Schawlow, part-time Assistant 

J. A. Patterson, .Attendant (with rooms, heat and ligjht valued at $420 

as Caretaker of Building) 

H. S. Cheney, First Stack-Man 

R. Fletcher, Second Stackman, at $50; July 15 to September 30;resigned 

Messengers at 50c per hour: 

David Jack : 

Miss M. O'Brien 

K. Levy (paid also $119.50 as Occasional Assistant) 

J. Robinson 



300.00 
100.00 
550.00 

1 ,300.00 
840.00 
127.42 



112.52 
35.50 
33.33 
17.00 



$ 59,979.87 



Library Maintenance 

General Library Appropriation (Current Account): 
Books and Periodicals ($37,531.31): 

-Academv of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia $ 81.31 

Edward G. Allen and Sons Ltd 3,942.30 

Thomas .\llen Ltd 62.49 

American .Association of Law Libraries 83.53 

American Chemical Society 63.84 

American Dental .Association 73.05 

American Geneological Index 44.68 

American Institute of Ph\sics 28.03 

American Journal of Physiology 26.92 

American Library .Association 43.29 

American Medical .Association 139.17 

American Psychological .Association 49.14 

American Society of Biological Chemists 33.42 

.American Society for Testing Materials 114.41 

.Antiqua Libreria Robredo 369.55 

Argosy Book Stores Inc 125.19 

Association of Research Libraries 28.03 

.Avon Books Inc 34.48 

Baker and Tavlor Inc 1,830.33 

F. A. Bernett Books 54.69 

Biblio and Tannen 37.08 

Biological Abstracts 28.03 

B. H. Blackwell and Co 234.03 

P. and H. Bliss 28.25 

Albert Bonnier Publishing Co 39.67 

R. R. Bowker and Co 104.05 

Burroughs and Co. (Eastern) 43.25 

A. Buschke 132.14 

Butterworth and Co. Canada 110.31 

Cambridge Universitv Press 92.62 

Canada Law Book Co 102.50 

Carswell and Co 1,521.03 

Cassell Co 355.95 

Chiswick Book Shop 52.77 

Citizens' Research Institute 25.00 

Arthur H. Clarke Co 83.17 

Clarke Irwin and Co 344.19 

College .Art .Association of .America 113.44 

Wm. Collins Sons and Co 35.37 

Columbia Universit\ Press 84.87 

Copp Clarke Co. Ltd .-. 94.18 

Luther M. Cornwall Co 192.07 

Wm. Dawson Subscription Service 317.40 

Richard de Boo Ltd. 182.75 

Dept. of Photographic Service 38.25 

Dover Publications 59.53 

G. Ducharme 112.70 

Edwards Bros. Inc 346.23 

Elizabethan Bookseller 164.31 

Embassy Book Co 353.12 

Encyclopaedia Britannica of Canada 26.41 



54 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Engineering Index Inc 

Europa Publications 

F. VV. Faxon Co 

Franz G. Feger 

Filson Club Inc 

Mrs. Christina E. F. Ramsay Eraser 

W. J. Gage and Co 

General Films Ltd. 

General Publishing Co r 

Globe Printing Co. 

Goodspeeds Book Shop Inc 

VV. A. Gough 

John Grant Booksellers Ltd. 

Green Book Shop 

Grolier Society 

Grune and Stratten Inc 

Gurney and Jackson .... 

Harvard University Press 

Paul B. Hoeber Inc. 

John Hopkins Press 

International Labour Office 

I nterscience Publ ishers 

J. H. Jansen 

Journal Press 

H. K. Kraus 

Friedrick Krause 

L. Krupp 

Language Service Centre 

Law QuarterK' Review 

Liberia Internacional del Peru, S.A 

J. B. Lippincott 

Longmans Green and Co 

Gregory Lounz 

H. Lowdermilk and Co 

MacMillan Co. of Canada 

McAinsh and Co 

McClelland and Stewart 

McGraw Hill Book Co 

George J. McLeod 

A. N. Marquis Co 

Medical Library Association 

Minnesota Law Review Foundation 

Moodv's Investors Service 

C. \'. Mosby Co 

Musson Book Co. 

National Institute of Municipal Law Officers 

National League of Nursing Association 

Thos. Nelson and Son 

New York Times Index 

Old Vienna Book Shop 

Philosophical Library 

.\rthur Probsthain 

Random House of Canada 

Ryerson Press 

S. J. R. Saunders and Co. , 

Seven Book Hunters 

Simpkin Marshall 

Smithers and Bonelli 

Society of Chemical Industry 

G. E. Stechert and Co 

Stevens and Sons 

Superintendent of Documents, Washington 

Edward H. Terry 

Te.xas Folklore Society 

Charles C. Thomas 

Trustees, British Museum 

Universit>' of Chicago Press 

University Book Export Co 

Verner Ottawa Bureau 

Samuel Ward 

Sigmund Weiss 



5.5.78 

30.96 

,590.84 

702.07 

136.17 

250.00 

117.61 

157.43 

270.87 

27.00 

125.52 

28.09 

151.89 

28.04 

68.95 

34.60 

233.20 

159.20 

43.85 

40.13 

34.00 

42.35 

29.87 

55.78 

46.89 

31.18 

69.92 

64.08 

60.22 

211.81 

103.25 

120.20 

155.46 

44.68 

780.58 

356.27 

126.98 

143.61 

115.13 

38.66 

33.58 

155.43 

71.94 

30.51 

166.96 

50.41 

27.94 

159.49 

286.14 

89.50 

41.99 

28.36 

41.96 

294.44 

185.03 

66.02 

132.50 

26.06 

69.07 

533.00 

27.01 

111.16 

44.15 

32.69 

26.50 

33.29 

76.28 

250.31 

55.00 

48.08 

389.13 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 55 



E. Weyhe 145.36 

Miss M. White 100.00 

John Wiley and Sons 216.41 

Williams Book Store 284.86 

Williams and Wilkins Co 182.45 

H. W. Wilson Co 1,106.63 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology 131.98 

Witentborn and Co .' 41.34 

Yale University Library 44.14 

Zietlin and \ er Brugge Booksellers 86.79 

University Press 9,303.60 

Accounts under $25.00 (409) 2,733.18 

General Expenses ($3,495.19): 

Allen Mfg. Co. Ltd., laundry 27.73 

Electrolux Canada, new machine, $73.00; rental $18.00 91.00 

Library of Congress, cards 279.59 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., desk, labels 480.02 

Postage 350.00 

Remington Rand, two typewriters 287.55 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 143.00 

L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters, overhauling 34.46 

Accounts under $25.00 (12) 67.87 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1,572.93; labour, $75.98; 

material, $85.06 1,733.97 



$ 41,026.50 
Less: Chemistry Dept., Sale of Books $ .576.94 

Replacements of books lost by departments, 

etc 107.47 

M iscellaneous credits 36.45 

720.86 

$ 40,305.64 
Of which charged to sundry funds as follows: 

Dental, Harry R. Abbott Fund $ 343.73 

King Alfred Millenary Fund 5.19 

Phillips Stewart Bequest 2.49 

Rockefeller School of Nursing Fund 565.94 

William Lowell Putnam Prize Fund 9.50 

926.85 



$ 39,378.79 
Transactions of Librarian: 

Credited from fines $ 939.65 

replacements 1 63. 35 

graduates' deposits 1,239.41 

$2,342.41 

Deposits refunded $ 472.10 

Miscellaneous 6.60 

478.70 

$1 ,863.71 

Transferred to Trust Funds (schedule 3) balance 

of graduates' deposits 767.31 

Credited to this account 1,096.40 



$ 38,282.39 



Assistants: 

Miss F. English, 12 months $ 1,200.00 

Miss Margaret Hall, 12 months 1,080.00 

Occasional Assistants at $35.00 to $90.00 per month: 

Mrs. Eleanor Kerr, 10 months, 3 weeks, 28,^ days 1,166.88 

Mrs. Dorothy Watson, 6 months, 70 days 745.17 

Mrs. Barbara Martin, 7 months, 70 da\'s 6.53.82 

Mrs. Eleanor Jane Statten, 7 months, 9 da>s 6.50.82 

Mrs. F:dythe McCausland, 5 months, 25 days 520.27 

Miss Margaret Huntley, 6 months, 4 days..' 398.66 

Miss C>nthia Grantham, 3 months, 19 davs 322.27 

Mrs. Lillian Philips, 4 months, 5 davs ' 289.64 

Mrs. Honor Birchall, 3 months, 12 davs 277.32 



56 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Miss Eleanor Greene, 2 months, 2 days ,.... 165.16 

Mrs. W. Lampman, 1 month, 23 days 139.35 

Mrs. Agnes Jackson, 2 months, 6 days 76.10 

Mrs. Helen Speer, 20 days 60.00 

Mrs. Joan Robson, 17 days 49.35 

Mrs. Jessie Freeland, 16 days 44.05 

Occasional Assistants at 50c to 60c per hour: 

J. C. Robson, 278 hours 153.20 

R. C. Perry, 284 hours 142.00 

Kurt Lew, 239 hours 119.50 

J. D. Jacic, 129 hours 86.40 

A. \V. Johnson, 152 hours 76.00 

Eric Kruh, 114 hours 57.00 

Miss Catherine Kellev, 92 hours 46.00 

Miss L. C. Oakley, 36 hours 18.00 

E. L. Simmonds. 32 hours 16.00 

D. R. Sinclair, 4 hours 2.00 



$ 8,574.96 
Less amount paid by Mrs. Joyce R. Elsley for substitute 53.00 



The foregoing $8,521.96 charged as follows: 
Occasional assistance including opening 

Library- in evenings $ 7,321.96 

Special grant for re-classification 1,200.00 



$ 8,521.96 



Alterations and fixtures: 

Canada Rug Co., rug $ 91.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $391.15; material, $289.25 . 680.40 



$ 8,521.96 

771.40 

$ 47,575.75 



Library Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,568.91 

Gas, $49.50; water, $83.03 132.53 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 600.47 

Cleaning ($3,240.87): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 16.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,224.87 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,162.44): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades 42.10 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co. of Canada, gaskets, springs, 

repairs 28.67 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 12.65 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,233.35; material, $845.67 2,079.02 

Caretaker, with living quarters valued at $420.00 (paid from Salaries 

as Library .Attendant) — J. A. Patterson 



$ 10,705.22 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power 

Plant $ 4,568.91 

Credit for caretaker's supplies 27.13 

4,596.04 



$ 6,109.18 
$ 113,664.80 



1 

1 
1 



Ul. ATHLETICS, PHYSICAL TRAINING, ETC. 

Athletics and Physical Training — Men 

(a) Salaries: 

T. A. Reed, Secretary, Athletic Directorate $ 5,900.00 

W. A. Stevens, Director of Ahtletics and Physical Training for 
Men (paid by Athletic Association; paid also at $500 in School 
of Physical and Health Education) on War Service 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 57 



M. G. Griffiths. Assistant Director (also in School of Physical and 

Health Education, without salary) .' 3,600.00 

Gymnasium Instructors: 

W. H. Martin, 10 months; also Supervisor of Compulsory 
Physical Training; (paid also $100 in School of Ph\sical 

and Health Education) '. 2,700.00 

J. E. McCutcheon; also Supervisor of Intramural Activities 
(paid also $300 in School of Physical and Health Edu- 
cation) .". 2,600.00 

C. Zwygard, 8 months (paid also $800 in School of Physical 

and Health Education) ' 1,200.00 

H. Phillips, 5 months 500.00 

W. W. Rimmer, Instructor in Swimming, 10 months 2,600.00 

Part-time Instructors (Sessional): 

M. Glionna 250.00 

G. Daly 200.00 

Volunteer, at 50c per hour (28) 484.00 

W. Rimmer, Chief Locker and Attendance Clerk 2,200.00 

Locker Attendants: 

L. Green 1,565.00 

P. Robb, 40 weeks at $25 1,000.00 

J. Record, 26 weeks at $25 — ^$650; additional for vacation, 

$16.33 666.33 

Miss K. Boyd, Clerical Assistant 1,200.00 

$ 26,665.33 

Less: Secretary's salary paid bv Athletic Association 5,900.00 

$ 20,765.33 

(b) Maintenance: 

Attendance records, stationery and supplies ($104.69): 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., paper $ 22.50 

Postage 3.40 

University Press, cards, directories 78.79 

Gymnastic Appliances and Repairs to Equipment ($745.67): 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., casters 28.97 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., trousers 31.86 

J. A. Mclntyre, lockers rusticized 50.00 

Toronto Radio and Sports Ltd., tent, gymnasium mats, balls, 

etc^ 148.25 

L'niversity of Toronto Athletic Association, fencing equip- 
ment 31.50 

Jack Watson Sporting Co.. basketballs, lacrosse nets, etc 58.25 

Cecil Ward, swimming trunks 12.00 

Harold A. Wilson Co., gymnasium mats, repairs, etc 247.30 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 10.89 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $87.71; material, $38.94 126.65 

$ 850.36 



Athletics and Physical Training — Women 

(a) Salaries: 

Miss J. M. Forster, Assistant Director of Physical Education for 
Women (paid also $800 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) " $ 1.350.00 

Miss W. Baxter, Instructor in Swimming (Sessional) 1,350.00 

Instructors in Physical Education: 

Miss D. N. R. Jackson (paid also $1,000 in School of Physical 

and Health Education) .'. 1,100.00 

Mrs. S. E. McCatty (paid also $300 in School of Physical 

and Health Education) ' 1.100.00 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, Clerical .Assistant and Pianist (paid also 

$400 in .School of Physical and Health Education) 1,000.00 

Miss A. E. M. Parkes, Secretary-Treasurer, Women's Athletic 

Directorate (paid also by Students' Admiriistrative Council) 400.00 

$ 6,300.00 



58 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



(b) Maintenance: 

Sundry Expenses ($379.35): 

Allen Mf^-Co., laundry $ 

Archery Craft, strings, arrows, etc 

T. Eaton Co., carpet, balls, jackets, cushions, etc 

Harold A. Wilson Co., badminton birds 

Universit\ Press, directories, printing, stationery 

Sundry disbursements by Department: stationery and 

stamps, $3.10; supplies, $5.40; laundry, $1.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, $22.68; material, $16.73 

Sundries (Additional Office space): 

Superintendent's Dept., labour $190.00; material, $110.00 
Instructors (Temporary) ($352.00): 

Miss \'era Gilchrist 

Miss Elizabeth Inglis ,, 

Miss Gwen Inniss 

Mrs. Walter Ross 

Mr. Charles Walters 

Pianists ($67.48): 

Mrs. Margaret Graham 

Miss Jean Greig 

University StafT Evening Classes ($201.40): 

Miss W. Baxter, instructing 

Mrs. M. Graham, pianist 

Mrs. S. McCatty, instructing 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Janitor Service at night classes: 

A. J. Maycock 



76.05 
60.40 
79.56 
26.16 
52.36 

10.00 
35.41 
39.41 

300.00 

30.00 

10.00 

20.00 

152.00 

140.00 



18.00 
49.48 



50.00 
20.00 
95.00 
36.40 

31.00 



$ 1,331.23 



Health Service 

(a) Salaries: 

R. W. I. Urquhart (paid also $750 in Pathological Chemistry; 

$55 as Occasional Examiner and $10 in School of Nursing) 
Dr. Gwen Mulock, Assistant Director in Charge of Women 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Mrs. Hollie McKinnon (paid also $131 as Occasional Examiner) 
H. A. Burnett (paid also $15 as Occasional Examiner) 

Staff Physicians (Sessional): 

S. M. Campbell (paid also $36 as Occasional Examiner and 
$150 in Therapeutics) 

K. E. Ferrie (paid also $15 as Occasional Examiner) 

E. S.Jeffrey 

R. H. Thomas, Consultant Surgeon (paid also $250 in Surgery) 

Medical Consultants (Temporary) : 

H. H. Hyland (paid also $1,000 in Medicine) 

A. E. Macdonald (paid also $200 in Ophthalmology and $365 

in Banting and Best Department of Medical Research) 

E. J. Trow (paid also $300 in Medicine) 

Occasional Staff for Examinations: 
Men: 

D. L. Selby (paid also $1,000 in Pathological Chemistry) 

W. R. Caven 

J. H. Wood 

A. R. Wilkins (paid also $150 in Therapeutics) 

L. A. Walker 

F. Van Y. Snell 

J. W. Reddick 

R. G. MacKenzie (paid also $550 in Anatomy and $150 

in Surgery) 

R. F. Gerred 



$ 



5,200.00 
3,000.00 



1,400.00 
1,300.00 



1,000.00 

1,000.00 

1,000.00 

200.00 



25.00 

7.00 
5.00 



408.00 
368.00 
276.00 
232.00 
208.00 
160.00 
152.00 

120.00 
92.00 



J 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 59 

R. W. I. Urquhart (paid also as Assistant Director) 55.00 

J.M.Oswald 44.00 

S. M. Campbell (paid also as Staff Physician) 36.00 

.A. T. Jousse (paid also $600 in Surgery) 24.00 

H. .\. Burnett (paid also as .Assistant) 15.00 

K. E. Ferrie (paid also as Staff Physician) 15.00 

Women : 

Dr. Marguerite .Archibald 1,162.00 

Dr. Mar>- Sanderson 277.00 

Dr. EveKn Bateman 210.00 

Dr. .Agnes Bellman 144.00 

Mrs. Hollie McKinnon (paid also as Assistant) 131.00 

Dr. Mary L. North\va\- (paid also $1,800 in Psychology 

and $175 for Extension Work) " 100.00 

Dr. Isobel Booth 78.00 

Dr. .Anna Gelber j 72.00 

Dr. Elizabeth "\'oung 55.00 

Dr. Elizabeth Wcizman 44.00 

Miss K. W. Baldwin (paid also $400 in Anatomy) 24.00 

Dr. Bertha Willensky 22.00 

Miss E. J. Bott 3.00 

Miss D. Milne, Nurse (Sessional) 1,168.50 

Miss R. Ramsden, Nurse in Infirmary for Men (Sessional) 1,100.00 

J. M. Thomas, First-Aid .Attendant, 10 months 1,500.00 

C. E. Downs, Laboratory Technician (paid also $1,650 in Patho- 
logical Chemistry) 300.00 

W. Robertson, Orderly, 8 months (with living allowance valued 

at $18 per month) 600.00 

Miss K. E. Barber, Secretary 1,200.00 

Mrs. Helen Chandler, Clerical .Assistant, 8' 9 months 1,062.50 

$ 25.595.00 



(b) Maintenance: 

.Supplies and Equipment ($891.66): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ 56.71 

T. Eaton Co., lamp, book, bowl, etc. 24.81 

J. F. Hartz Co. Ltd., corks 12.03 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., sjringes, adhesive tape, chemicals, 

cotton, etc 418.42 

Lake Simcoe Ice and Fuel, ice 20.94 

Postage 15.00 

Sam-tread Co., sani-tread slippers 70.00 

Miss A. Tweedley, cleaner 14.96 

University Press, printing, stationery 167.19 

-Accounts under $10.00 (4) 29.70 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, 28; labour, $30.27; 

material. $31.35 61.90 

Infirmary rentals and subsistence ($1,862.01): 

Comptroller, Hart House, infirmary rental, $1,000.00; meals, 
etc., supplied to patients and infirmary attendant, 

$303.26 1,303.26 

Dr. Gwen Mulock, transporting specimens 24.25 

University College Women's Union, infirmary rental, $500.00; 

cost of maintenance of non-resident students, $34.50 534.50 

Rebates to Colleges ($332.80): 

Trinitv College j ,, c ^ , ^ < ■ 1 108 55 

Victoria Collegel^""'''^"^^ ^"'' ^^"'^^'"^ accommodation | 224:25 

Athletic Injury Cases ($748.95): 
Medical and hospital service: 
Professional services: 

Dr. W. Easson Brown 10.00 

Dr. S. M. Campbell 10.00 

Dr. O. W. Canning 20.00 

Dr. Howard McCart 93 00 

Drs. F. E. Richards, A. C. Singleton and M. R. Hall, 

X-rays ^... 217.25 

Dr. F. \'an \'. Snell 15. OO 



60 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Dr. George C. Snell 25.00 

Dr. R. Marshall Wansbrough 175.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (1) 4.00 

Hospitals: 

Toronto General Hospital 73.50 

Reimbursement to students of portion of medical expenses: 

Thomas Johnston 10.00 

Douglas Keary 18.20 

E. W. McDonald 48.00 

D. K. Ritchie 30.00 



X-ray Survey for Tuberculosis: 

Provincial Department of Health, students' X-rays 711.90 



$ 4,547.32 



Hart House (Share of Maintenance) 

Heat and light $ 19,288.59 

Repairs and Renewals ($6,002.83): 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co. Ltd., repairs 106.34 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

Nichols Clemical Co. Ltd., chemical 38.62 

Phinnemore Painting and Decorating Co., painting 755.00 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, vacation pay stamps, sundry 

persons (6) 103.67 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3,592.63; material, $1,391.57 4,984.20 

Cleaning, etc., of gymnasium wing: 

Comptroller, Hart House 5,483.47 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power 

Plant $19,288.59 

Hart House share of maintenance de- 
ducted from fees collected 4,000.00 



$ 30,774.89 



23,288.59 



$ 7,486.30 



Women's Building — 44 Hoskin Ave. 

Fuel ($307.96): :- 

Halliday Bros $ 300.47 '^ 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 7.49 I 

Gas, $15.46; electric current, $71.63; water, $8.00 95.09 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 30.00 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($510.21): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry .40 

Ideal Window Cleaning Co 7.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 502.81 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $266.86; material, $68.13 334.99 



$ 1,278.25 
$ 68.153.79 



IV. ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM 

University's share of maintenance advanced to the Trustees of the Royal Ontario 

Museum under R.S.O. 1937 cap. 343 $ 81,000.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



61 



V. FACULTY OF ARTS 



Salaries 
(1) Departments in University of Toronto ($615,316.33) 

Dean's Office 

S. Beatty, Dean (paid also $6,000 as Professor of Mathematics) $ 1,000.00 

Anthropology 

T. F. Mcllwraith, Professor $ 4.800.00 

J. F. Embree, Assistant Professor, at $2,600; on leave of absence 

R. L. Birdwhistell, Lecturer (Sessional) 2,200.00 

C. W. M. Hart, Special Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $3,300 in Po- 
litical Economy) 200.00 

Mrs. L. Winifred Bryce, Class Assistant (Sessional) 250.00 



— $ 1,000.00 



$ 7,450.00 



Archaeology 

C. T. Currelly, Professor (paid also $4,000 in Royal Ontario Museum) $ 2,000.00 
H. A. Thomson, Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology, at 
$4,000; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and 
Annuity Association 200.04 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

Mrs. Dorothy B. Thomson, Classical Archaeology (paid also $175 

for Extension Work) ' 1,900.00 

Peter Brieger, Fine Art (paid also $3,000 in Fine Art and $300 in 

Faculty of Applied Science) 300.00 

Rt. Rev. W. C. White, Chinese .Archaeologv, without salary (paid 

$2,500 in School of Chinese Studies" and $2,000 in Royal 

Ontario Museum) 

Astronomy 

R. K. Young, Professor; also Director of David Dunlap Observatory $ 4,500.00 

F. S. Hogg, Associate Professor 3,600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional; on War Service): 

P. M. Millman, at $2,400; contribution to Teachers' Insurance 

and Annuity Association 120.00 

J. F. Heard, at $2,150; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and 

Annuity A.^sociation 107.52 

Miss R. J. Northcott, Lecturer (Sessional) 1,800.00 

Mrs. Helen S. Hogg, Lecturer and Research Associate (Sessional) 1,200.00 

G. F. Longworth, Observer, at $1,600; on War Service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 44.00 

Summer Assistants: 

D. K. Norris 500.00 

W. S. .Armstrong 150.00 

G. F. D. DuflF (paid also $151.67 in Special Research) 100.00 

Miss E. M. Fuller, Secretar\-Librarian (part-time) 800.00 

Botany 

Professors: 

H. S. Jackson, Mycologv; also Head of Department $ 5,500.00 

G. H. DufT 4.700.00 

H. B. Sifton 4,700.00 

D. L. Bailey (part-time) 3,800.00 

L. C. Coleman (part-time) 2,700.00 

Assistant Professors: 

Dr. J. Gertrude Wright 3,200.00 

T. M. C. Taylor, at $3,000; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Anuity .Association 150.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

A. J. \'. Lehmann 2,300.00 

M. VV^ Bannan 2,000.00 

Miss D. F. Forward 2,000.00 



$ 4,400.04 



$ 12,921.52 



62 



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No. 12 



R 



D. H. Hamly _ $ 

N. W. Radforth (paid also $75 for Extension Work) 

F. Cain, Curator and Demonstrator 



Class Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss C. Curtis 

Miss \ . Facey (paid also $140 in Special Research) 

H. M. Good (paid also $70 in Special Research) 

A. R. A. Taylor 

R. G. Atkinson, at $560; resigned Ma> 15 

K. H. Rothfels, at $560; resigned January 31 (paid also 

Special Research) 

D. A. Fraser, at $560, from February 1 to May 31 

Dr. Kathleen L. Hull, Librarian and Teaching Assistant 

Technical Assistants: 

Miss C. B. Ross 

A. R. Gopal-Ayengar 

L. Van Cleemput, Horticulturist, at $2,200 and $200 additional allow- 
ance 

R. Lynn, Stock-Keeper and Technician, at $1,300; on War Service; 
contribution to Pension Fund 

D. S. Hull, Stock-Keeper and Senior Laboratory Attendant, at $1,060 
and $200 additional allowance (paid also $20 for Extension Work) 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss L. Alward 

Miss R. Hobberlin 

Laboratory Attendants and Assistants: 

Miss A. \ ance 

Miss P. T. Malone 

S. G. Smith, at $1,000; on War Ser^'ice; contribution to Pension 
Fund 



2,000.00 
2,000.00 
2,000.00 

560.00 
560.00 
560.00 
560.00 
525.00 

280.00 

280.00 

1,600.00 

1,800.00 
1,600.00 

2,400.00 

32.50 

1.260.00 



1,400.00 
1.400.00 



1,000.00 
960.00 

37.50 



$ 53,865.00 



Chemistry 

Professors: 

A. R. Gordon, also Head of Department 

G. F. Wright 

J. T. Burt-Gerrans. Electro-Chemistrx^ 

L. J. Rogers, Anahtical Chemistry 

Associate Professors: 

J. B. Ferguson 

F. E. Beamish 

W. S. Funnell 

F. R. Lorriman 

Assistant Professors: 

D. J. LeRoy 

F. E. W. Wetmore 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

J. J. Rae (paid also $194 for Extension Work and $100 from 

Dental Research Fund) 

Miss E. \". Eastcott 

Lecturers in Micro-Analysis (Sessional): 

Mrs. Reta Currah, at $1,100; resigned February 28 

Miss R. LaPrairie, May and June 

Assistants (Sessional): 

H. G. McLeod (paid also $75 from Special Funds for Accelerated 

Course in Dentistry) 

A. Kahn 

P. E. Braid (paid also $50 in Applied Science Summer Course, 

1945) 

K. K. Carroll 

G. A. Ingham 

F. H. Krenz 

J. C. MacKenzie 

A. L. Rosenberg 



5,700.00 
5.500.00 
4,600.00 
4,600.00 



4,400.00 
4,200.00 
4,200.00 
4,000.00 



3,500.00 
3,000.00 



2,800.00 
2,000.00 

733.34 
220.00 



786.50 
750.00 

724.00 
724.00 
724.00 
724.00 
724.00 
724.00 



4 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 63 



H. F. V. Wall $ 724.00 

D. E. Ryan (paid also $75 from Special Funds for Accelerated 

Course in Dcntistrv) 712.50 

Miss E. M. S. Arthur...' 710.00 

R. E. Thiers 710.00 

J. S. Brawn 650.00 

H. R. Chipman 650.00 

C. M. Finigan (paid also $150 in Applied Science Summer Course, 

1945) 650.00 

H.J. Knowlton 650.00 

D. L. MacDonald 650.00 

H. Mendelsohn 650.00 

J. W. Suggitt 650.00 

M. Milford, at $650; resigned April 30 568.75 

D. White, November 15 to Mav 31 528.12 

A. W. Beecroft, at $650; resigned March 31 487.50 

Miss M. Blackburn, at $650; resigned November 15 121.88 

Mrs. Marguerite A. Thomson, 1 month 100.00 

Tc-mpf)rary Demonstrators: 

H. I. Schiff 135.00 

Miss D. Line 35.00 

R. Fortescue, Laboratory Attendant (with rooms, heat and light 

valued at $420 as Caretaker) 1,350.00 

W. Banton, Laboratory and Lecture Assistant 1,800.00 

Mrs. Audrey Braid, Secretary-Assistant and Librarian 1,200.00 

Laboratory Attendants: 

E. Chadwick. at $20 per week . 1,043.33 

Miss M. Porter, at $16 per week 834.67 

R. Porter, at $14 and $15 per week 745.67 

F. Twigg, 92 hours at 60c 55.20 



$ 71,745.46 



Organic Chemistr\- Research: 

H. O. L. Fischer, Professor (paid $5,000 from Special Fund) 

Erich Baer, Assistant Professor ,.., $ 3,000.00 

J. M. Grosheintz, Research Associate 2,040.00 

Technicians: 

D. Edson, at $780; on War Ser\ice 

Miss N. Gleaston 840.00 

Mrs. Cora McCallum, Laboratory Attendant, 5 weeks at $5.60; 

38 weeks at $6.75 (paid also $350 in Faculty of Medicine) 284.50 



$ 77,909.96 



Fine Art 

John Alford. Professor $ 5,000.00 

Peter Brieger, Associate Professor (paid also $300 in Archaeology and 

$300 in Faculty of Applied Science) 3,000.00 

C. F. Comfort, Assistant Professor, without salary; on leave of 

absence 

P. Haworth, Lecturer (Sessional: part-time) 700.00 

M. Baldwin, Special Lecturer, without salary (Sessional) 

Instructors (Sessional; part-time): 

C. Atkins 1,200.00 

Mrs. B. C. Haworth _ 250.00 

Miss R. M. Home, Special, without salary (paid in Royal Ontario 

Museum) 

Mrs. Isabelle Whitley, Reader (Sessional) ." 150.00 

Miss G. Bra> , Secretary-Librarian (Sessional) 600.00 



Geography 

Griffith Taylor, Professor; also Head of Department (paid also $2,500 

in Ontario College of Education) 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

G. Tatham (paid also $137.50 for Extension Work) 2,700.00 

D. F. Putnam (paid also $12..50 for Extension Work) ■.... 2,600.00 



$ 10,900.00 



64 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Fellows (Sessional): 

W. H. Draper $ 700.00 

D. W. Kirk (paid also $72.50 as part-time Assistant) 700.00 

Assistants (Sessional; part-time): 

R. Ruggles 115.00 

W. C. Wonders 115.00 

Miss M. Lustig, Michaelmas Term 72. .50 

D. W. Kirk, Easter Term (paid also $700 as Fellow) 72.50 



$ 11,075.00 



Geology 

Professors : 

E. S. Moore; also Head of Department (paid also $100 for Summer 

Field Work) $ 5,500.00 

G. B. Langford, Mining Geology, at $4,900; on leave of absence 

A. MacLean (paid also $12.50 for E.xtension Work) 4,400.00 

Assistant Professors: 

L. S. Russell, at $2,800; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and Annuity Association 140.04 

Dr. Madeleine A. Fritz (part-time; paid also in Roval Ontario 

Museum and $280 for Extension Work) ' 1,100.00 

Lecturers (Sessional); 

W. W. Moorhouse, at $1,800; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuitv .Association 90.00 

H. S. Scott (paid also $300 for E.xtension Work) 800.00 

F. G. Smith, Special Lecturer (Sessional) 2,800.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

R. Beland 500.00 

J. W. M. Kerr (paid also $140 for Extension Work) 500.00 

G. M. T. Marshall, Class Assistant (Sessional; at $250; resigned 

April 30) 218.75 

Miss J. Maxwell, Stenographer-Librarian (part-time; paid also $500 

in Mineralogy) 500.00 

W. D. Norgate, Laboratory Attendant, 35 weeks 700.00 



$ 17,248.79 



History 

Professors : 

Chester Martin; also Head of Department $ 5,500.00 

R. Flenley (paid also $300 in Arts Summer Course. 1945) 5,000.00 

F. H. Underhill (paid also $175 for Extension Work and $5 from 

University Press) 4,800.00 

G. W. Brown (paid also $319 for Extension Work and $400 from 

University Press) 4,600.00 

B. Wilkinson, Mediaeval History 4,600.00 

Associate Professors: 

Edgar Mclnnis, at $3,800 and $200 additional allowance (paid 

also $5 from Universitv Press) 4,000.00 

D. J. McDougall, at $3,500 and $200 additional allowance (paid 

also $450 for E.xtension Work) 3,700.00 

G. de T Glazebrook, at $3,850 ;on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers Insurance and .Annuity Association 192.60 

D. G. Creighton, at $4,000; on leave of absence (paid from Special 

Funds) 

R. M. Saunders, .Assistant Professor (paid also $693 for Extension Work 

and $300 in .Arts Summer Course, 1945) 3,400.00 

Miss H. Neatbv, Special Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $175 for 

Extension \Vork) 3,300.00 

Instructors (Sessional; part-time): 

W. R. Graham 1,000.00 

H. B. L. Hughes 750.00 

Mrs. Elaine G. Mitchell, Reader (Sessional) 500.00 

Miss F. C. Hahn, Secretarial .Assistant, 9 months 1,000.00 



I 



$ 42,342.60 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



65 



Italian and Spanish 

Professors: 

M. A. Buchanan 

J. E. Shaw 

EmiHo Goggio (paid also $250 for Extension Work) 

Associate Professors: 

G. C. Patterson 

Juan Cano (paid also $500 for Extension Work) 

Instructors (Sessional): 

N. H. Tayler (paid also $250 for Extension Work) 

Miss M. i. Sirdevan 

Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas 

Miss V. Bowles, Special 



6,000.00 
6,000.00 
4,600.00 

4.000.00 
4,000.00 



1,500.00 

1,250.00 

1,250.00 

800.00 



$ 29,400.00 



Law 

Professors: 

W. P. M. Kennedy, Constitutional Law, without salary (paid 

$6,000 as Dean of the School of Law) 

F. C. Auld, Jurisprudence, without salary (paid $4,700 in School 

of Law) 

J. Finkelman, Administrative and Industrial Law, without salary 
(paid $4,200 in School of Law) 

Assistant Professors: 

J. E. M. Hancock, without salary (paid $2,500 in School of Law) . 

B. Laskin, without salary (paid $2,500 in School of Law) 

G. D. Kennedy, Lecturer (Sessional; without salary; paid $1,500 in 

School of Law) 

Special Lecturers (Sessional; without salary): 

Dr. Sidney E. Smith (paid $5,250 as Executive Assistant to the 

President and $5,250 as Principal of University College) 

H. G. Fox. Industrial Property 



Mathematics 

Professors : 

S. Beatty (paid also $1,000 as Dean) $ 6,000.00 

I. R. Pounder (paid also $800 in the Applied Science Summer 

Course, 1945) 4,900.00 

Associate Professors: 

W. J. Webber 4,400.00 

N. £. Sheppard (paid also $500 Honorarium for the quinquennial 

Employees' Pension Report) 4,300.00 

A. F. C. Stevenson 4,300.00 

D. A. F. Robinson 3,600.00 

R. Brauer (paid also $800 in the Applied Science Summer Course, 

1945) 3,500.00 

J. D. Burk (paid also $800 in the Applied Science Summer Course, 

1945) 3,500.00 

H. S. M. Coxeter (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 3,500.00 

L. Infeld 3,500.00 

G. de B. Robinson, at $2,800; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity .Association 140.04 

Assistant Professors: 

A. Weinstein (paid also $250 for Extension Work) 2,800.00 

D. B. DeLury (paid also $500 from Medical Research Banting 

Fund) 2,500.00 

Miss C. Kriegcr (paid also $94 for Extension Work) 2,500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss M. E. G. Waddell 2,200.00 

B. A. Griflfith, at $2,250; on leave of absence 

D. C. Baillie, at $1,550; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and .Annuity Association 77.52 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Fellows (Sessional): 

L. S. Sinclair 

A. Schild (paid also $700 in Applied Science Summer Course, 1945) 
J. A. Jenkins (paid also $700 in Applied Science Summer Course, 

1945) 

R. G. Stanton 

R. Steinberg 



750.00 
750.00 

650.00 
650.00 
650.00 



$ 55,167.56 



Military Studies 

Major M. Barry Watson, Director and Assistant Professor, at $2,600; 

part-time, $1,600; Honorarium as Special Lecturer $300 

VV. A. Baughurst, Assistant, 10 months 



1,900.00 
1,100.00 
$ 3,000.00 



Mineralogy 

Professors : 

J. Ellis Thomson, also Head of Department, at $5,100; Ob. 
September 26; (paid also $140 for Extension Work); balance 
of salary granted to Widow; Ob. May 12 $ 4,414.50 

M. A. Peacock 5,000.00 

V. B. Meen, Assistant Professor (paid also in Royal Ontario Museum 

and $125 for Extension Work) 2,300.00 

E. W. Nuffield, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $1,000 in Applied 

Science Summer Course, 1945) 2,000.00 

R. M. Thompson, Demonstrator (Sessional; paid also $150 for 

Extension Work) 600.00 

Miss J. Maxwell, Secretary-Librarian (paid also $500 in Geology) 500.00 

W. Wightman, Laboratory Attendant, 9 months (paid also in Royal 

Ontario Museum and $50 for Extension Work) 1,000.00 



$ 15,814.50 



Philosophy 

Professors: 

G. S. Brett, Ob. October 27; balance of salary paid to Widow 
(paid also at $1,000 in Ethics and at $1,000 in School of 
Graduate Studies) 

F. H. Anderson 

H. R. MacCallum 

W. J. McCurdy, Associate Professor 

T. A. Goudge, Assistant Professor, at $2,700; on War Service; con- 
tribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 

Lecturers (Sessional) : 

G. Edison, at $2,800, of which one-third paid by Trinity College 

(paid also $438 for Extension Work) 

D. Savan (paid also $1,000 in Ethics) 

Assistants (Sessional; part-time): 

D. L. Crocker 

L. Shein 



5,000.00 
4,800.00 
4,600.00 
3,200.00 

135.00 



1,866.66 
1,300.00 

200.00 
200.00 



$ 21,301.66 



Physics 

Professors: 

E. F. Burton; also Director of Physical Laboratory 

J. Satterly .'. 

H. J. C. Ireton 

J. Patterson, Honorary 

Associate Professors: 

D. S. Ainslie 

M. F. Crawford 

H. Gravson Smith 

C. Barnes; on War Service at $3,600 to August 31; at $4,000 from 
September 1 



6,500.00 
5,500.00 
4,500.00 



4,000.00 
4,000.00 
4,000.00 

3,363.34 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



67 



J. O. Wilhelm, at $3,600; on War Service; contribution to Teach- 
ers' Insurance and Annuity Association 

Arnold Pitt, at $3,600; resigned September 30 

Assistant Professors; 

Miss E. J. Allin 

J. M. Anderson 

R. Richmond 

Miss K. M. Crossley 

Miss F. M. Quinlan 

H. L. Welsh, at $2,400; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 
Insurance and Annuity Association 

A. D. Misener, Lecturer and Demonstrator (Sessional) 

C. G. Fraser, Special Lecturer (Easter Term) , 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Miss M. E. B. McKinley ,..,... 

Mrs. Dorothv Elson 

S. G. Ellis.....'. 

G. A. Wrenshall (paid also $1,500 from Medical Research Best 

Fund) 

R. W. McKay 

Mrs. Mattie Rotenberg 

Mrs. Louise Morrison, at $600; resigned November 30 

Assistant Demonstrators (part-time at $L25 per hour): 

J. L. Kerwin 

P. H. D. Templin 

P. W. R. Wade 

Mrs. Clara Morrison 

J. F. Hart 

J. N. P. Hume 

J. T. Dewan 

D. M. Eisen 

C. C. Cornett 

L. N. Furry 

I. D. Morrison 

M. E. Baker 

G. N. Boyd 

L. A. Kaufman 

J. E. Noakes 

J. W. MacArthur 

M. K. Price 

E. J. Pivnick 

A. C. McDonald 

R. M. Bennett 

H. Sobcov 

D. H. W. Kirkwood 

J. M. Spinks 

K. N. Stevens 

D. F. D'Arcv 

J. H. Harrold 

W. M. Kerrigan 

G. B. MacSween 

Miss I. E. Struthers 

Miss -A. T. Reed, Class .Assistant and Secretary; retired June 30 

Miss N. K. Reed, Librarian and Clerical Assistant 

R. H. Chappell, Glass-blower 

B. Clark, Mechanician 

Assistant Mechanicians: 

J. Ward 

G. T. Woodward 

F. M. Shepherd 

-Albert Owen 

P. Blackman, Laboratory and Lecture .'\ssistant; retired June 30 

Assistant Laboratory and Lecture Assistants: 

H. W. Tonkin 

J. A. Reid, at $800; on War Service; contribution to Pension Fund 



180.00 
900.00 



2,700.00 
2.700.00 
2,600.00 
2,400.00 
2,400.00 

120.00 

2,200.00 

300.00 



1,700.00 
1,512.50 
1,275.00 

1,000.00 
600.00 
500.00 
150.00 



365.63 

265.00 

265.00 

171.25 

167.50 

138.75 

137.50 

137.50 

135.00 

135.00 

135.00 

120.00 

120.00 

120.00 

120.00 

118.75 

116.25 

112.50 

110.00 

108.75 

107.50 

102.50 

100.00 

98.75 

92..50 

91.25 

85.00 

20.00 

17.50 

2,000.00 

1,400.00 

3,000.00 

2,700.00 



2,200.00 
2,200.00 
2,100.00 
2,000.00 
1,800.00 



1,800.00 
22.00 



$ 80,137.22 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Geo-Physics: 

L. Gilchrist, Professor, retired June 30 $ 4,700.00 

Assistant Professors: 

N. B. Keevil 3,500.00 

A. A. Brant (part-time; paid also $25 for Extension Work).. 2,100.00 

J. H. Hodgson, without salary .^ 

$ 90,437.22 
Less Chargeable to: 

Special Funds $ 615.22 

Universitv Extension 300.00 



915.22 
$ 89,522.00 



Political Economy 

Professors : 

H. A. Innis; also Head of Department $ 

\'. W. Bladen (paid also $230 from University Press) 

A. Brady (paid also $100 from University Press) 

R. M. Dawson 

H. R. Kemp, Commerce, at $4,100; on War .Service; resigned 
June 30; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and .Annuity 

Association 

H. A. Logan, at $3,900; on leave of absence at two-thirds of salary 

(paid also $563.13 from University Press) 

R. H. Coats, \'isiting Professor (Sessional) 

L. T. Morgan, Associate Professor, at $3,700; on leave of absence from 
September 1 

Assistant Professors: 

D. C. MacGregor 

On War Service : 

A. F. W. Plumptre, at $2,900; contribution to Teachers' 
Insurance and Annuit\' Association 

J. F. Parkinson, at $2,800; contribution to Teachers' Insur- 
ance and Annuity Association 

\ . F. Coe, at $2,700; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and 
Annuity Association 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

C. B. Macpherson 

K. Helleiner (paid also $199 for Extension Work) 

E. Munzer 

D. G. Marshall 

L. Skeoch 

R. E. \'. Anderson 

Miss S. Thrupp, Special Lecturer (Sessional) 



Instructors (Sessional): 

W. R. Dymond 

S. G. Murav (paid also $437 for Extension Work) 
J. G. Perold, at $1,500; resigned August 31 

Assistants (Sessional): 

K. A. H. Buckley 

W. R. Dixon 

A. W. Johnson 

A. J. McEachen 

A. R. Murray .> 

H. E. Roseborough 

Miss C. W. McNeill, Secretary 

Miss R. Mulligan, Assistant Secretary, 8 months 



Accounting: 
Professors: 

C. A. Ashley; also Supervisor of Studies in Political Economy 

W. S. Ferguson, part-time 

F. R. Crocombe, Associate Professor (paid also $250 for Extension 
Work) 



6,000.00 
4,400.00 
4,300.00 
4,300.00 



200.04 

2,600.00 
1,500.00 

616.66 
3,300.00 

145.08 
140.04 
135.00 



,2400.00 
2,300.00 
2,000.00 
2,000.00 
1,900.00 
1,800.00 
2,500.00 



1,700.00 

1,700.00 

250.00 



250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
1,200.00 
650.00 



4,300.00 
2,550.00 

3.500.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 69 



Sociology : 

C. W. M. Hart, Associate Professor (paid also $200 in Anthro- 
pology and $425 for Extension Work) $ 3,300.00 

S. D. Clark, Assistant Professor 2,500.00 

Miss A. D. Ross, Instructor (Sessional) 1,500.00 



$ 67,186.82 
Expansion of Economics, etc., in Faculty of Applied Science: 

J. E. Hodgetts (paid also $900 in Arts Summer Course, 1945) 1,900.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

Mrs. Kathleen W. Klawe 1,000.00 

N. Ward 1,000.00 

A. C. Mikel, Assistant (Sessional) 250.00 



$ 71,336.82 



Psychology 

Professors : 

E. A. Bott; also Director of Laboratory, at $5,000; on War Service 

paid by the British Government; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and Annuitx' .Association 203.04 

W. E. Blatz (paid also $1,100 in Institute of Child Study and $10 

in School of Nursing) 4,500.00 

S. N. F. Chant, at $4,300; on War Service; resigned June 30; 

contribution to Teachers' Insurance and .\nnuitv Association. 200.04 

K.S. Bernhardt (paid also $800 in Institute of Child Stud\; $1,022 

for E.xtension Work and $430 in School of Nursing) 3,800.00 

Associate Professors: 

T. W. Cook (Sessional) 3,600.00 

On War Service : 

W. Line, at $3,900; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and 

AnnuitN Association 195.00 

J. D. Ketchum, at $3,200; contribution to Teachers' Insur- 
ance and .Annuit}' Association 160.08 

Assistant Professors: 

G. P. Cosgrave 3,100.00 

C. R. Myers, on War Service at $2,300 paid by the British Govern- 
ment to September 30; on leave of absence from October 1 
with Honorarium, $400 428.77 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Dr. Marv L. Northwav (paid also $900 in Institute of Child Studv; 

$175 for Extension Work and $100 in Health Service) 1,800.00 

Mrs. Magda B.. Arnold (paid also $292 for E.xtension Work) 1,600.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

Mrs. Reva Gerstein 750.00 

Mrs. Lila F. Maltby 600.00 

R. W. B. Jackson (paid also $3,700 in Ontario College of Educa- 
tion) 200.00 

K. H. Rogers 200.00 

V. L. Stewart 200.00 

G. W. Anderson (paid also $150 in Faculty of Medicine) 100.00 

Class Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss R. Potashin 400.00 

Miss E. B. Frankel (paid also $500 in Institute of Child Stud\ ) 350.00 

Miss D. M. Beattie 300.00 

T. D. Cowper 300.00 

P. Classen 300.00 

Miss M. D. Moffat : 300.00 

Miss E. K. Palter 300.00 

Miss R. Tobias (paid also $125 for Extension Work) 300.00 

F. Y. S. Tseng (paid also $900 in School of Chinese Studies) 300.00 

Readers (Sessional; part-time): 

Miss E. Bott 50.00 

Miss R. R. Falk 50.00 

G. C. Cooper, Technician 2,300.00 



70 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Laboratory Attendants: 

Miss D. D. Hearn $ 1,150.00 

Miss G. Evans (paid also $350 in Institute of Child Study) 400.00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Mrs. Winifred Mussen, at $1,100; on leave of absence 

Miss G. M. Bransby 1, 100.00 



$ 29,553.93 
Less paid b\- School of Nursing 300.00 

Zoology 
Professors : 

E. M. Walker, Invertebrate Zoology; also Head of Department .. $ 5,500.00 

A. G. Huntsman, Marine Biolog>-, without salary 

J. R. D\mond, Systematic Zoology 4,500.00 

A. F. Coventry (paid also $200 in Faculty of Medicine) 4,100.00 

Associate Professors: 

W. H. T. BaiUie 4,100.00 

E. H. Craigie 4,100.00 

J. W. MacArthur 4,100.00 

W. J. K. Harkness, at $3,550 and $200 additional allowance 3,750.00 

Dr. Norma Ford Walker (paid also $300 in School of Nursing).... 3,300.00 

Assistant Professors: 

R. R. Langford, at $1,700 and $600 additional allowance (paid 

also $500 in Special Research and $448 for Extension Work) . . 2,300.00 

On War Service: 

K. C. Fisher, at $2,850; contribution to Teachers' Insurance 

and Annuity Association 142.56 

F. P. Ide, at $2,400; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and 

Annuity Association 120.00 

F. E. J. Fry, Lecturer and Research Associate (Sessional), at $2,150; 
on War Service; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity 

Association 107.52 

Dr. y. E. Engelbert, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $200 in School of 

Physical and Heahh Education) 1,700.00 

Dr. Jeanne M. Fisher, Special Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $1,100 in 

Faculty of Medicine) 1,700.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. M. Neal 1,700.00 

J. G. Aldous 1,000.00 

Mrs. Barbara Cunningham 800.00 

Mrs. Margaret Thompson (paid also $121.25 as Temporar>' 
Technical Assistant and $200 in School of Physical and 
Health Education) .' 800.00 

Assistants : 
Sessional: 

MissC. Sullivan (paid also $75 in Special Research) 625.00 

A. Tucker (paid also $75 in Special Research) 505.00 

C. Andrews 500.00 

Miss W. Moonen 500.00 

Miss L. Wallis (paid also $121.25 as Technical Assistant and 

$125 for Extension Work) 500.00 

C. D. Fowles 200.00 

Miss S. Kennedy 80.00 

D. M. Britton...' 70.00 

W. B. Bruck 70.00 

Miss M. MacDougall (paid also $72 as Temporary Technical 

Assistant) 70.00 

J. Weintraub 70.00 

Michaelmas Term: 

Dr. Grace W. Scott (paid also $225 in Special Research) 225.00 

Dr. Helen S. Robinson (paid also $125 in Special Research) 100.00 

J. C. Hall (paid also $675 in Special Research) 75.00 

Miss B. Brown 40.00 



$ 29,233.93 



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71 



I 



VV. J. LeRav, Curator of Vivarium $ 1,800.00 

D. G. LeRay, Assistant in Vivarium 1,100.00 

Technical Assistants: 

A. Quantrill, at $1,500 and $200 additional allowance 1,700.00 

Miss iM. Stewart, from October 1 972.00 

Mrs. Audrey H. Shortt, 10 months, at $800 and $125 additional 

allowance 925.00 

J. Egan, at $970 from September 18 to March 31; resigned 520.00 

On War Service, each at $1,000: 

S. Clare, contribution to Pension Fund 27.50 

T. Stovell, contribution to Pension Fund 27.50 

Temporary Technical Assistants: 

MissG. Cawthra 159.90 

E. Gilbert (paid also $702.17 as Chief Laboratory Assistant) 152.00 

Mrs. Margaret Thompson (paid also $800 as Demonstrator and 

$200 in School of Physical and Health Education) 121.25 

Miss L. Wallis (paid also $500 as Assistant) 121.25 

Miss A. E. Brown 80.00 

Miss J. MacMurchy 80.00 

Miss M. MacDougall (paid also $70 as Assistant) 72.00 

R. Parker 13.20 

Miss M. A. Walker 8.00 

Chief Laboratory Assistants: 

A. Prince, at $900; on War Service; contribution to Pension Fund 24.75 

E. Gilbert, 39 weeks (paid also $152 as Temporary Laboratory 

Assistant) 702.17 

Mrs. Ethel B. Taylor, 10 weeks, 1 day 172.85 

W. Smith Laboratory Attendant and Stores Assistant, at $1,200 and 

$425 additional allowance 1,625.00 

E. C. Cross, Secretary, at $1,800; on War Service (also in Royal 

Ontario Museum) contribution to Pension Fund 58.50 

Miss R. Jenkins, Acting Secretary at $1,200 and $300 additional 

allowance 1,500.00 

Mrs. O. M. Proctor, Librarian and Stenographer 1,100.00 

Mrs. Ruth McGill, Secretarial Assistant in the West Wing, 9 months .... 770.00 

G. McColl, Laboratory Attendant and Messenger, 8 weeks at $18 144.00 



$ 61,426.95 



(2) Departments in University College ($146,388.95) 
Classics 



Gilbert Norwood, Professor and Director of Classical Studies $ 6,250.00 

(a) Greek: 

E. T. Owen, Professor 4,900.00 

Associate Professors: 

D. E. Hamilton 4,200.00 

M. D. C. Tait (paid also $50 for Extension Work) 3,900.00 

(b) Latin: 

E. A. Dale, at $4,700 of which $2,250 paid by Trinity College... 2,450.00 

(c) Greek and Roman History: 

C. N. Cochrane, Professor (also Dean of Residence in University 
College with free House, Heat and Light, valued at $300; paid 
also $100 as Adviser in Men's Residences) 4,600.00 

Miss M. C. Needier, Assistant Professor, at $2,700; on War 
Service; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity 
Association 135.00 

Mrs. Frances Norwood, Lecturer (Sessional) 2,000.00 



$ 28,435.00 



72 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



English 

Professors : 

A. S. P. Woodhouse; also Head of Department (paid also $50 from 

University Press) 5,500.00 

R. S. Knox (paid also $204 in Arts Summer Course, 1945) 5,300.00 

J. F. Macdonald (paid also $350 for Extension Work and $50 in 

Faculty of Applied Science) 4,500.00 

W. H. Clawson 4,100.00 

Associate Professors: 

N. J. Endicott (paid also $123 in Arts Summer Course, 1945 and 

$84 for Extension Work) 3,500.00 

J. R. MacGillivray (paid also $123 in Arts Summer Course, 1945 

$116 for Extension Work and $150 from University Press) . 3,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

F. E. L. Priestley 2,900.00 

A. E. Birney, at $2,500; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and Annuity Association 125.04 

C. T. Bissell, Lecturer (Sessional) at $2,000; on War Service; con- 
tribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 100.08 

Miss R. I. Jenking, Instructor (Sessional; part-time; paid also $165 in 

Arts Summer Course, 1945) 600.00 

J. D. Grant, Fellow (Sessional; paid also $570 for Extension Work). .. 400.00 



French 

Professors : 

F. C. A. Jeanneret 5,500.00 

J. S. Will, retired June 30 5,000.00 

St. E. de Champ, retired June 30 (paid also $250 for Extension 

Work) 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

R. D. C. Finch (paid also $30 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

W. J. McAndrew (paid also $1,100 as Registrar, Universitv 

College) ; 3,800.00 

H. L. Humphreys 3,800.00 

J. G. Andison (paid also $70 for Extension Work) 3,600.00 

C. D. Rouillard, at $3,200; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 160.08 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

G. L. Assie, at $2,000; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and Annuity Association 100.08 

Miss I. G. Balthazard (paid also $372 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 

Miss M. D. MacDonald (paid also $250 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 

P. E. Marquis (paid also $325 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 



German 



Barker Fairle> . Professor and Head of Department (paid also $250 

for Extension Work) 6,000.00 

Thure Hedman, Associate Professor 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

G. E. Holt 3,500.00 

H. Boeschenstein, at $3,000; on War Service; Honorarium for 
Special Services $200; contribution to Pension Fund $150 

(paid also $105 for Extension Work) 350.00 

Martin Joos, Lecturer (Sessional) at $2,100; on War Service; con- 
tribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 105.00 

R. Coper. Instructor (Sessional) 1.500.00 

Miss M. Sinden, Fellow (Sessional) 500.00 

Semitics 

Professors: 

W. R. Tavlor 6,000.00 

T. J. Meek 5,500.00 



$ 30,525.12 



$ 36,460.16 



$ 15,955.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 75 



Associate Professors: 

F. V. Winnett 3,500.00 

W. S. McCuIlough 3,400.00 

G. Parke- Tavlor, Reader (Sessional) 100.00 



$ 18,500.00 



$ 2,000.00 



Ethics 

G. S. Brett, Professor, at $1,000; Ob. October 27; balance of salary paid 
to Widow (paid also in Philosophy and in School of Graduate 
Studies) " 1,000.00 

D. Savan, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $1,300 in Philosophy) 1,000.00 



University College General 

Sidney E. Smith, Principal (paid also $5,250 salar\ and $750 expenses 
as Executive Assistant to the President): 

Salary $ 5,250 

E.xpenses 750 6,000.00 

Miss Marion B. Ferguson, Dean of Women (with living allowance 

valued at $400) 2.800.00 

W. J. McAndrew, Registrar (paid also $3,800 as Associate Professor of 

French) 1,100.00 

Miss M. Blackburn, Secretary to the Principal 1,600.00 

Miss E. H. McAndrew, Assistant to the Registrar 1,300.00 

Stenographers, at $100 per month: 

Miss E. J. MacKay, from September 8 976.67 

Miss R. Davidson, from February 1 500.00 

Temporary Messengers, at $1.00 per half day: 

Miss M. Langman 88.00 

Miss C. Palmer 67.00 

MissM. Neale 51.00 

MissM. Kellv 31.00 

$ 14,513.67 

$761,705.28 

Summer Session — Arts 

History ($900.00): 

Professor R. Flenly, 3 mos. (paid also $5,000 in Salaries Arts) $ 300.00 

Professor R. M. Saunders, 3 mos. (paid also $3,400 in Salaries 

Arts) : 300.00 

J. H. S. Reid, 3 mos 300.00 . 

Mathematics ($900.00): 

Dean S. Beattv, 3 mos. (paid also $7,000 in Salaries Arts) 450.00 

Miss C. Kreiger, 3 mos. (paid also $2,500 in Salaries Arts) 450.00 

Political Economy ($2,700.00): 

K. Helleiner, 3 mos. (paid also $2,300 in Salaries Arts) 900.00 

J. E. Hodgetts, 3 mos. (paid also $1,900 in Salaries Arts) 900.00 

J. E. Smyth, 3 mos 900.00 

English ($954.00): 

Professor R. S. Knox, 3 mos. (paid also $5,300 in Salaries Arts) 204.00 
Professor E. J. Pratt, 2y2 mos. (paid also $180 in Salaries Dentis- 
try) 204.00 

Miss R. I. Jenking, 3 mos. (paid also $600 in Salaries Arts) 165.00 

Professor H. N. Frye, 2 weeks 135.00 

Professor N. J. End'icott, 3 mos. (paid also $3,500 in Salaries Arts) 123.00 

Professor J. R. MacGillivray, 3 mos. (paid also $3,500 in Salaries 

Arts) 123.00 

$ 5,4.54.00 

To be accounted for 1945-46 6,706.00 

$ 12,160.00 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



MAINTENANCE OF DEPARTMENTS 



Anthropology 

Supplies: 

Royal Ontario Museum, multigraphing 

Uni\'ersit>" Press, stationer}', printing 



1.10 
10.53 



11.63 



Archaeology 

Supplies: 

Photographic Service, slides, prints 

Royal Ontario Museum, multigraphing 

University Press, envelopes 



124.75 
.55 

8.37 



$ 133.67 



Astronomy 

At University": 

Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $35.17; material, $12.23 

At Observatory: 

Supplies and Apparatus ($851.79): 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., prisms, lens, etc 

Central Scientific Co., lamp 

Distillation Products Inc., pump 

Eastern Science Supply Co., prints 

Eastman Kodak Co., plates 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinets 

T. H. Oliver, repairs to refrigerator 

Postage 

"Jerry Smith," watch repairs, motor 

UniversitN" Press, printing, books, stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 

Sundry disbursements by Dept.: stationery, $5.33; hardware, 
$7.19; supplies, $3.63; sundries, $8.55 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $2 82; labour, $25.86; 
material, $15.27 

Library, including binding, mending and publications ($232.72): 

Royal Astronomical Society, reprints 

University Press, books, binding, stationery, etc 



47.40 



59.92 
14.06 

146.83 
11.42 
69.60 

102.25 
64.50 
12.00 
25.25 

2.55.21 
21.80 

25.00 

43.95 



45.00 

187.72 



$ 1,131.91 



Botany 

Laboratory and Office Supplies ($2,819.63): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ 48.36 

Armstrong Cork and Insulation Co., corks 42.51 

Arthurs Jones Ltd., pads 12.42 

W. E. Booth Co., lantern plates, chemicals 11.29 

Mrs. E. Bradley, repairs to laboratory coats, washing 22.60 

British Drug Houses Ltd., chemicals 268.50 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, flasks, funnels, pipettes, 

etc 338.00 

Canadian Pad and Paper Co., paper 65.54 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, scissors, needles, etc. 543.95 

Eastman Photographic Stores, plates, chemicals, film, etc 35.94 

Fisher Scientific Co., chemicals, clamps, etc 37.94 

General Biological Supply House, slides 26.08 

Grand and Toy Ltd., paste, paper, pencils 49.30 

Hotel and Hospital Supph- Co., towels 19.50 

Gordon Mackay and Co., linen 15.04 

Marine Biological Laboratory, culture 11.11 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd., ink, paper 47.12 

Postage _ 78.00 

Railway and Welding Supply Co., tracing paper 12.60 

RatclifTe Paper Co. Ltd., corrugated boards 24.80 

Richards Glass Co., corks 21.85 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



75 



Robbins and Townsend, typewriter inspections, repairs 38.20 

G. Tamblyn Ltd., cotton 17.25 

Triarch Botanical Products, microscopic slides 44.68 

Edward Webb and Son, tulips 25.00 

Edward Week and Co., blades 45.64 

University Press, printing and stationery 233.65 

Accounts^under $10.00 (15) 63.54 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

hardware, $33.28; telegrams and telephone, $4.59; postage, 

$46.87; sundries, $14.91; supplies. $121.13 220.78 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $69.04; labour, $84.47; material, 

$244.93 398.44 

Herbaria, Bear Island Laboratory, cases, labour, supplies, etc. ($236.85): 

Brunt Mfg. Co.. shingles 139.21 

Department of Mines and Resources, rental 20.00 

L'niversity Library, dictionary 22.48 

Universit\' press, wrappers 26.46 

Accountsunder $10.00 (3) 15.28 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

transportation, $9.55; miscellaneous, $1.25; express, $2.62 ... 13.42 

Botanic Gardens and Greenhouses, supplies and labour ($2,396.85): 

American Instrument Co., heaters 36.97 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., tires 20.41 

Everist Bros., tomatoes, fruit 13.25 

Frigidaire Products, repairs 76.24 

Medicine Hat Potteries, flower pots 25.92 

Ryerson Press, reels 110.00 

Tomsett Contractors, loam 18.00 

Edward Webb and Sons, seeds, labels, sprayer, etc 46.61 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) .'..... 14.59 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $64.13; material, $50.73 114.86 

Greenhouse Assistants: 

P. Alexeiff, 12 months 960.00 

S. A. Bond, 12 months , ;.. 960.00 

Apparatus and Equipment ($642.83): 

Walter A. Car\"eth and Co., magnifier, etc 27.00 

Copper Wire Products Ltd., transformer 15.12 

Frigidaire Products of Canada, repairs 33.56 

Kehinator of Canada Ltd., repairs 30.60 

John B. Smith and Sons, lumber 18.74 

Arthur H. Thomas Co., microslide holders 13.45 

Thomas and Corney Typewriters Ltd., calculator 80.00 

Fred Wood, tray, stand 19.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (7) 34.87 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $208.20; material, $162.29 370.49 

$ 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $603.65 

Sundry credits 4.29 



6,096.16 



607.94 



$ 5,488.22 



Chemistry 

Maintenance: 

Chemistry: 

Chemicals, glassware, apparatus, etc. ($11,339.31): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 27.79 

Baker Platinum of Canada Ltd., tongs 28.25 

W. Banton, typing and mimeographing 24.00 

Belle Ewart Ice and Fuel Co., ice 79.20 

H. A. Bewick, chemical analysis 72.50 

James G. Biddle Co., grease 14.37 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 469.55 

Canada Colors and Chemicals Ltd., chemicals 41.48 

Canadian Industries Ltd., chlorine, acid 23.00 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals, etc. 3,158.63 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Canadian Liquid Air Co., oxygen, nitrogen 

Canadian Sirocco Co., motor 

Central Scientific Co., tubing, clamps, etc 

R. H. Chappell, tubes, spatulas, etc 

Connecticut Hard Rubber Co., chemicals 

J. E. Currah, chemical analysis 

W. Dann, typing 

Downtown Welding, welding 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 

Fisher Scientific Co., filtrator, etc 

R. Fortescue, checking lockers, etc 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 

G. A. Hardy and Co., towels 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals 

Hoke Incorporated, valve 

Arthur S. Lapine, motor, etc. 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, metal lamps, chemicals.. 

McKesson and Robbins, menthol 

Merck and Co., chemicals 

Mimeograph Co., paper, stencils, etc. 

Nicholls Chemical Co., chemicals 

Ohio Chemical and Mfg. Co., chemicals, etc 

Ontario Cork Co., corks 

Oxygen Co. of Canada, valve, chemicals 

Postage 

Radio Trade Supply Co., chassis, etc 

Receiver General of Canada, reprints 

Drs. Richards, Singleton and Hall, X-ray 

Richardson, Bond and Wright Ltd., cards 

E. H. Sargent and Co., filter pumps 

Scientific Glass Apparatus Co., pyrex 

Stark Electronic Instruments Ltd., milliameters, etc 

E. M. Tozer, crushing metal 

Walker Metal Products Ltd., wire 

Wall Chemical Canadian Corporation, regulator, oxygen, 
etc. 

Wilkins Anderson Co., tubes 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (26) 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

express, $L71; postage, $6.88; supplies, $3L20; 
sundries, $7.88 

Travelling Expenses — F. W. Pye 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $104.53; labour, $753.67; 
material, $1,571.97; telephone, $18.72 

Repairs and Renewals ($571.75): 
Toronto Hydro-Electric, repairs 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $460.78; material, 
$109.07 

Alterations Chemistry Building ($1,438.22): 

Ace Glass Inc., stopcocks 

Bay Salvage Co., chair 

Canadian Sirocco Co., fans, etc 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., desk 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $673.31; material, 
$4.59.93; freight, $13.20 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $3,5,50.00 

Chemical analyses 150.00 



Electro-Chemistry : 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Canadian Electrical Supply, fuses, tubes, etc 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., steel balls, specimen 

jars 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., nitrogen, valves, etc 



48.26 

44.00 

1,673.33 

135.32 
71.40 
72.50 
15.21 
11.38 

144.56 
21.65 
20.00 
30.10 

166.28 
39.20 
10.17 
77.44 

332.77 
38.35 

195.22 

411.09 

207.52 
71.32 

136.80 
21.90 
48.00 

199.70 
10.00 
10.50 
24.52 
15.63 
25.35 

101.12 
14..50 
18.96 

142.42 
24.09 

125.84 
126.08 



47.67 
21.50 

2,448.89 



1.90 
569.85 

132.42 
10.00 

101.06 
48.30 

1,146.44 

13,349.28 

3,700.00 



24.82 



$ 9,649.28 



14.86 
14.22 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 77 



Central Scientitic Co., chemicals, etc. $ 73.08 

Corman Engineering Co., machiner\- plates 15.12 

T. Eaton Co., chairs, stools 43.06 

G. A. Hardie and Co. Ltd., wipers 34.75 

M. P. Hofstetter, apparatus repairs 16.20 

Littelfuse Inc., mounting, fuses, etc 42.15 

Geo. A. Matthews Co. Ltd., checking motors 42.00 

W. R. McKee, repairs, etc 159.95 

Monarch Battery Co., battery 25.05 

Ohmite Mt'g. Co., resistors 90.36 

Photographic Service, slides, etc 24.99 

Radio Trade Supph Co. Ltd., condensors, batteries, etc. 292.47 

Richardson, Bond and Wright Ltd., charts... 11.50 

John B. Smith and Sons, lumber 20.76 

Wall Chemicals Canadian Corpn., oxygen, etc 30.62 

Wholesale Radio Co., fuses 17.82 

L'niversitN Press, printing, stationery 543.34 

Accounts'under $10.00 (i2) ' 63.08 

Sundr\' disbursements b\' department: hardware and 

supplies, $19.92; postage and carfare, $8.34 28.26 
Superintendent's Dept., freight, $16.64; labour, $509.21; 

material, $261.20 787.05 



$ 2,415.51 
Less credit: Laboratory deposits 54.75 



Organic Chemistry Research: 

Supplies, Apparatus and Equipment: 

American Society of Biological Chemists Inc., reprints ... $ 13.05 

Baker Platinum of Canada, platinum, chloride 49.00 

Belle Ewart Ice and Fuel, ice 35.20 

British Drug Houses (Canada) Ltd., chemicals 710.39 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals 30.14 

Central Scientific Co., flasks, tubes, etc. 427.61 

Harrison Dowers, containers, etc. 11.50 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., lamp, etc. 11.20 

Fisher Scientific Co., clamps, heaters, etc 90.72 

Grand and To\' Ltd., wardrobe 36.30 

A. S. Hunt, flasks, etc 46.50 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corpn., ice 23.25 

D. J. McConnell, repairs 11.50 

Mack Printing Co., reprints 18.21 

Ena Mason, analyses 1,092.00 

Parkdaie Laundry 33.92 

Receiver General of Canada, analyses 72.50 

Thermos Bottle Co., filter 20.46 

S. S. White Co. of Canada, hydrogen, etc 83.81 

Uniyersit\' Press, printing, stationery 32 28 

Accounts'under $10.00 (6) .'. 39.81 

Sundr\- disbursements by department: postage, $1.24; 
repairs, $6.50; supplies, $39.88; express and care- 
fare, $2.48 50.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $4.23; labour, $4.53; 

material, $429.78 438.54 

$ 3,377.89 

Less credits: Sundry credits 1.80 



$ 2,360.76 



Physical Chemistry: 

Supplies, Chemicals, etc.: 

Central Scientific Co., weights, bottles, etc $ 621.57 



$ 3,376.09 



621.57 
$ 16,007.70 



Fine Art 

Supplies and Equipment: 

Art Metropole, cra>ons, paper, oils, etc $ 174.58 

College Art Association, membership 11.28 

Miss J. H. Douglas-Mann, lantern operator 74.73 



78 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Alan Gowans, lantern operator $ 16.50 

Lantern Slide Co., slides 17.20 

Museum of Modern Art, membership 11.28 

Photographic Service Department, prints, slides, lantern 152.05 

Postage 11.50 

Ridpath's Ltd., armchair 30.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 21.68 

Accounts'under $10.00 (10) .'. 36.55 

Sundry disbursements bv department: supplies, $37.97; postage, 

$5.35; sundries, $10.'90; models' fees, $65.15 119.37 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $1.61; freight, $1.09; labour, 

$14.07; material, $21.03 37.80 



$ 714.52 
Less credit: Sale of material 11.50 



Geography 

Maintenance ($229.00): 

Chas. Potter, lantern bulbs $ 12.80 

Hertz Drivurself, rental of car 23.68 

University Press, stationery 126.39 

Accounts'under $10.00 (8)' 31.82 

Sundry disbursements bv department: postage, $11.50; supplies, 

$4.95; sundries, $3.37... 19.82 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1.16; labour, $9.09; material, 

$4.24 14.49 

Apparatus and Furniture ($121.70): 

Director General of Ordnance Survey, maps 12.58 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides 52.15 

University Press, books, stationery' 20.00 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 33.77 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2.20; material, $1.00 3.20 



Geology 

Maintenance and Equipment, including mechanical assistance in pre- 
paring specimens ($875.17): 

Atlas Steels Ltd., steel ' $ 41.47 

British Drug Houses, wire 10.42 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse, tubes, crucibles, etc 23.75 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., chemicals, pump, flasks, etc. 159.71 

Central Scientific Co. Ltd., leak tester 10.78 

Coulter Copper and Brass Co. Ltd., copper 11.46 

Johnson Matthey and Co., platinum crucible 28.80 

\V. H. Kubbinga, graphite bomb liner, work on powder camera... 15.00 

Leeds and Northrup Co., pyrometer 205.66 

Photographic Service, slides, plates 22.00 

Postage 18.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons, feed rolls ... 15.70 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., overhauling typewriter 14.38 

University Library, replacing books 25.00 

University Press, stationery, printing 48.36 

Accounts under $10.00 (14) 50.41 

Sundry disbursements by department: freight, $1.73; hardware, 

$il.54 13.27 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $21.55; labour, $63.21; material, 

$80.24 165.00 

Summer Field Work, travelling expenses, etc.: 

Prof. E. S. Moore, honorarium, $100.00; travelling expenses, $4.69 104.69 



History 

Supplies: 

Houghton Mifflin Co., maps $ 49.25 

Postage 22.00 

University of Chicago Press, map 15.75 



703.02 



$ 350.70 



$ 979.86 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



79 



Universit\' Press, directories, stationer\". 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



Italian and Spanish 

Supplies and Clerical Assistance: 

Robbins and Townsend, t\"pewriter service 

University Press, stationery 

Miss Evelyn Rugg, clerical assistance, 250 hrs 



Mathematics 

Clerical Assistance and Supplies: 

American Institute of Ph\sics, reprints 

American Mathematical Society, dues 

Walter Kohn, diagram 

Mrs. M. S. McGregor, clerical assistance, 25 wks., 15 hrs 

Roneo Co. of Canada, stencils, paper, ink 

University- Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, 23c; freight, $1.77; labour, 
$4.23; material, 34c 



Military Studies 

Office and General Expenses: 

D. Gestetner, stencils 

Universit\" Press, stationerv 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2)." 



Mineralogy 

Maintenance and Equipment: 

American Tent and Awning Co., bags 

Canadian Carborundum Co., carborundum 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware 

Walter A. Carveth, bulbs 

Central Scientific Co., balance scales 

R. H. Chappell, glasswork 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, chemicals, plates, etc 

T. Eaton Co., cabinet, tables, chair, etc 

Felker Mfg. Co., copper wheels 

Grand and Toy, moistener .'. 

V. D. Heyde, instrument 

Arthur S. Hunt, condenser 

Ingram and Bell, balsam, focuser 

Ontario Paper Box Mfg. Co., trays 

Photographic Service, prints, slides 

Picker X-Ray of Canada Ltd., lamp, valve tube, etc 

Postage „ 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., repairs, ribbons 

L'niversity of Toronto Engineering Society, notebooks 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, minerals 

Universit\- Press, printing, stationerv .• 

Accounts'under $10.00 (9) \ 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $15.60; labour, $170.47; material, 
$80.29 

Less: Sale of material $45.00 

Laboratory deposits 50.50 



Supplies, Clerical Assistance, etc.: 
Rev. D. L. Crocker, typing . 
University Press, stationery.. 



Philosophy 



51.74 

27.17 

8.45 



$ 174.36 



.60 

18.04 

187.30 



22.40 
83.53 
20.00 
299.25 
111.15 
79.77 
12.97 

6.57 



12.80 

24..54 

9.30 



22.68 
10.33 
49.53 
43.00 

264.64 
18.00 
14.93 

134.45 
19.59 
13.80 
85.22 
15.00 
17.70 
29.07 
12.05 

141.90 
14.00 
15.40 
10.00 
29.15 
37.81 
37.89 

266.36 



$ 1,300.50 



95.50 



$ 205.94 



58.69 
13.12 



$ 635.64 



46.64 



$ 1.205.00 



71.81 



80 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Physics 

Laboratory and Workshop Supplies ($18,145.85): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 609.45 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 23.18 

Prof. E. J. Allin, X-Ray analyses .- 100.00 

Alpha .\racon Radio Co., coils, bulbs, battery : 63.03 

American Journal of Science, reprints 30.32 

Art Metropole, paper 98.20 

Bark and Mortimer, transportation floater insurance 175.00 

W. E. Booth Co., films, plates, etc 127.89 

Dr. A. Brant, travelling expenses, $138.09; supplying geophysical 

equipment, $9.81 147.90 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 85.76 

Canada Metal Co., castings 34.66 

Canadian Carborundum Co., powder, cloth rolls, etc 15.69 

Canadian Electrical Supply Co., penlight cells, switches, cable 22.39 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps, transformer, wire, etc. 834.05 

Canadian Industries Ltd., X-Ray film 19.56 

Canadian Johns-Manville Co. Ltd., hairfelt 19.60 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals, slides, etc. 2.53.08 

Canadian Nameplate and Mfg. Co., nameplate 16.34 

Canadian National Carbon Co. Ltd., carbons 35.90 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 11.64 

Canadian Porcelain Co. Ltd., insulator 83.60 

Canadian Research Institute, resistors, etc 52.50 

Carbon Paper -Service Bureau, carbon paper 16.60 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, gauge, etc 141.14 

Prof. M. F. Crawford, honorarium for special army class in Optics 112.50 

Dominion Oxygen Co., oxygen, nitrogen 26.96 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, filters, etc 50.47 

Ellis and Howard Ltd., batteries 70.41 

Evening Telegram, advertising 32.02 

Fidea Co., repairs 30.50 

General Radio Co., air condensors, etc 83.62 

Grand and Toy, books, etc. 50.40 

Trust Fund Graduate Fellowships, to provide for active service 

personnel fellowships 5,000.00 

Harpham Bros., casings, etc. 94.90 

J. F. Hartz Co. Ltd., trays, etc 19.13 

Adam Hilger Ltd., microphotometer 1,290.99 

Miss R. Hobberlin, typing manuscript 23.05 

Imperial Oil Ltd., oil , 25.34 

Johnson Office Furniture Co., chairs, etc 76.00 

Johnston Industrial Plastics Ltd., drills, etc 209.00 

Keuflfel and Esser Co., curve rules 11.10 

Kimble Glass Co., glass 23.04 

Lake Simcoe Ice and Fuel Ltd., ice 46.13 

Leeds and Northrup Co., tubes 96.67 

Lockhart Camera E.xchange, film 22.40 

VV. R. McKee, repairs, etc 168.80 

Nichols Chemical Co., chemicals 41.25 

Northern Electric Co., tubes, etc 41.50 

Norwalk Co. Inc., valve, springs 173.73 

Ontario Research Foundation, hydrogen annealing 25.00 

Parker's Dye Works, storage 13.50 

Photographic Service, slides, negatives 59.58 

Physics Department, work done in department for McLennan 

Laboratory Research 615.22 

W.J. Pickard, packing equipment 26.75 

Prof. Arnold Pitt, supervision of repairs of silica valves 600.00 

Postage ; 39..50 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, car license, gasoline ration book 11.00 

J. Frank Raw Co., linen, tracing paper, etc 31.17 

Research Enterprises Ltd., knife edges, tubes, etc 347.14 

Richard Richmond, honorarium for special army class in Optics 112. .50 

Riverdale Garage Ltd., repairs 29.90 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service 24.90 

Roneo Co. of Canada Ltd., paper, ink, stencils 45.42 

Ryerson Film Service, lantern slides 37.82 

H. v. Steer Engineering, stereoscope 20.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



8i 



Department of Surve\ing and Geodes\, breakages $ 

J. C. Thompson, transformers 

Toronto Cadmium and Tinning, plating 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, service 

Toronto Star Ltd., advertising 

War Assets Corporation, silica valves 

J. H. L. Watson, travelling expenses 

Welsh Lumber Co., lumber 

Wholesale Radio Co., tubes, condensers, resistors, switches, trans- 
formers, etc. 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co., tool holders 

Universit\ Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (26) 

Sundry disbursements by department: hardware, $9.22; sundries, 
$6.30; supplies, $17.89; postage, $6.59 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $35.42; freight, $426.03; 
labour, $772.06; material, $870.38 

Apparatus ($1,350.22): 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co.. achromatic objectives 

Central Scientific Co., Kodak timers, coil, etc '. 

Walter P. Downs Ltd., microphone 

Ferranti Electric Ltd., motor, etc. 

General Radio Co., power supply, inductance motors 

Hammond Mfg. Co., transformer 

Hewlett Packard Co., oscillator 

Leeds and Northrup Co., galvanometer 

Lorant and Co. Ltd., transformer 

Prof. G. H. W. Lucas, rifle 

Sensitive Research Instrument Co., fluxmeter, search coil 

Wholesale Radio Co., battery 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co. Ltd.. attachment for lathe 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 



Experimental tables, cases, books, charts, fittings, etc. ($263.19): 

A. Aiken, chart 

Engineering Ltd., subscription 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, subscription 

W. M. Welch Mfg. Co., charts 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery .., 

Accounts'under $10.00 (10) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $64.86; material. $25.14 

Laborator\' and Workshop Assistance (including technical assistance) 
($7,940.38) : 

John Ellery, 50 weeks, 1 da_\- 

Henry Christie, 44 weeks, 1 day 

S. W. C. Young, 5 months, 29 days 

John Farnworth, 700 hours 

Robert Vanderburgh, 29 weeks, 4^ days 

James Ward, 418 hours 

F. E. Senftle, 6^2 months. SVq weeks, 1 day 

Mrs. C. Flinn, 11 weeks, 1 day 

S. G. Ellis, 4 months 

Douglas Welch, 13 weeks 

Frank Wank, 8 weeks, 1 day 

J. B. Passmore, 16 weeks, 2 days 

Miss Barbara Smith, 10 weeks 

H. J. C. Ireton, 2f/2 weeks 

John R. Spearman, 9 weeks, 4 days 

Albert Owen, 160 hours 

G. S. MacSween, 5 months 

Miss B. O'Neill, 4 weeks 

N. Blackwell, 1 month , 

Peter H. Curie, 4 weeks 

J. H. Harrold, 3 weeks 

Isabel St rut hers, 3 weeks 

F. W. C. Boswell, 3 weeks , 

Miss C. MacDonald, 2 weeks 

Ernie Skarrott, 2 weeks, 1 day 

Leonard McDonnell, 2 weeks 



54.65 
1,110.56 

32.50 
219.77 

18.49 
100.00 
200.00 

12..55 

572.92 

91.01 

600.89 

111.83 

40.00 

2,103.89 



44.75 

184.41 
25.00 

334.48 
89.71 
23.33 

105.73 

211.21 
26.49 
33.00 

236.99 

8.95 

25.00 

1.17 



12.53 
13.30 

24.81 
17.57 
57.00 
47.98 
90.00 



1,467.38 

882.50 

783.62 

629.03 

476.00 

376.20 

371.73 

354.68 

325.00 

293.18 

265.09 

261.33 

257.40 

175.00 

154.67 

154.50 

150.00 

72.00 

68.00 

60.00 

54.00 

54.00 

50.00 

36.00 

34.67 

32.00 



82 



REPORT OF THE 



No. n 



Dr. A. D. Misener, extra work 

Leroy Reich, 10 days 

Morris Riddell, '2 week 

Mrs. C. E. Morrison, 6 hours 

Unemployment Insurance, employer's contribution 

Special Laboratory Alterations and Replacements: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $126.41; material, $73.14 

Research Associates and Asssistance ($917.50): 

Mrs. B. M. Deacon, 3 months 

S. G. Ellis, 2,^ months 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $800.00 

Sundry credits 13.75 



30.00 

26.66 

8.00 

7.50 

30.24 

199.55 



480.00 
437.50 



$ 28,816.69 



813.75 



Charged to: 

McLennan Laboratory Research Fund $17,230.69 

Geophysics Fund 1,947.83 



$ 28,002.94 



— 19,178.52 



$ 8,824.42 



Political Economy 

Office and Classroom Supplies and Equipment ($614.51): 

Letter Shop Supply Co., stencils 

Joseph McDowell and Co., inspection of "Marchant Calculators" 

Postage 

Robbins and Tovvnsend, typewriter service 

Roneo Co. of Canada, ink, paper 

University Press, stationery, printing 

-Accounts'under $10.00 (20) 

Sundry disbursements by department: telegrams, $2.49; express, 

56c ; postage, $1 1 .95 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $1.90; freight, 47c; labour, 

$2.56 

Expenses, Special Lecturers ($328.36): 

Comptroller, Hart House, guest room charge 

Howard S. Ellis, travelling expenses 

Miss H. M. Hughes, travelling expenses 

F. E. Laviolette, travelling expenses 

Robert K. Merton, travelling expenses 

Talcott Parsons, travelling expenses 



Psychology 

Supplies ($1,025.22),: 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 

Bureau of Educational Measurements, tests 

Bureau of Publications, books 

California Test Bureau, test 

Department of Educational Research, Ontario College of Edu- 
cation, "LQ." test forms 

Educational Test Bureau, tests 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., ink, stencils, blackboard, etc 

Houghton Mifflin Co., card material 

Wm. Jessop and Sons, steel 

Postage 

Psychological Corporation, books, forms, etc 

Robbins and Tovvnsend, typewriter service 

Ryerson Press, binders 

John B. Smith and Sons, lumber 

Toronto Hydro Electric System, electric power 

Vocational Guidance Centre, Ontario College of Education, tests, 

booklets, etc 

University Press, printing, stationery, etc 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 



15.25 
14.00 

228.00 
14.90 
40.00 

205.14 
77.29 

15.00 

4.93 



4.45 
78.04 
72.06 
34.90 
71.60 
67.31 



$ 942.87 



18.13 
20.67 
19.73 
21.58 

25.00 
12.39 

133.80 
18.02 
19.72 
66.00 

137.89 
12.00 
17.82 
41.85 
26.51 

93.45 

208.89 

30.22 



I 



I 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 83 

Sundry disbursements by department: postage, $1.87; hardware, 

$il.l3; stationery and supplies, $8.83; carfare, $1.25 $ 23.08 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $8.17; freight, $28.47; labour, 

$14.22; material, $27.61 78.47 

Apparatus and Equipment ($66.30): 

Beardmore and Co. Ltd., belting 26.45 

G. R. Gates, amplifier 18.00 

Grand and Toy Ltd., cabinet, guides, etc 12.35 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $6.84; material, $2.66 9.50 

Laboratory Cleaning: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 31.20 

$ 1,122.72 

Zoology 

Laboratory and Lecture Room Supplies ($5,233.63): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 147.06 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 41.90 

Barber Ellis of Canada Ltd., paper 81.27 

Biological Abstracts, subscription 27.89 

VV. E. Booth Co. Ltd., plates ,. 18.15 

F. J. Burns and Co., frogs 154.65 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, tubing 26.90 

Walter A. Carveth Co., microscopes, eye pieces 98.50 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 111.70 

Chemicals Ltd., chemicals 11.00 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 94.38 

Dominion Glass Co. Ltd., jars 131.70 

Dominion Oxygen Co., truck 15.29 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 22.39 

Eastman Photographic Stores, reels, chemicals, film, etc 49.54 

Freyseng Cork Co. Ltd., corks 11.07 

General Biological Supph' House, specimens, plants 523.56 

D. Gestetner, ink, stencils, etc 88.40 

E. J. Gilbert, aquarium, etc 14.03 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Co., latex cement 26.95 

J. F. Hartz Co. Ltd., chemicals, gloves, pill boxes 40.95 

Har\-ard Apparatus Co., pneumographs 40.46 

Dr. E. M. Henderson, microscope 85.00 

Holliday Flint Glass Works of Toronto, vials, etc. 112.25 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., sxringes, serum, forceps, etc 83.49 

Johnson Matthey and Co. Ltd., anodes 10.49 

Lowe-Martin Co., cards 10.26 

Marine Biological Laboratory, frogs, etc 149.70 

Murphy's Drug Store, films, etc ' , 89.20 

Ontario Agricultural College, eggs 18.90 

Postage 10.00 

Rex Laboratories, specimens 57.80 

Robinson Clay Products of Canada, crocks and lids 43.84 

Royal Ontario Museum, handbook 20.25 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., paper, etc 10.16 

Stephens Sales Ltd., stencils 13.77 

Troyer Natural Science Service, specimens, animals 1,252.67 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, specimens 103.69 

UniversitN' Press, printing, stationery" 573.03 

Accounts'under $10.00 (20) " 96.04 

Sundry disbursements bv department: stationery and drugs, 

$28.38; supplies, $67.38; sundries, $4.74; carfare, $4.50 105.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $313.11; labour, $2.22; material, 

$297.05 612.38 

Furnishings, Fittings, Alterations and New Equipment ($894.60): 

.Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., solder 14.67 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, roller for blind 15.65 

Office SpecialtN' Mfg. Co., transfer cases, cabinet, desk 125.10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $521.76; material, $217.42 739.18 

Incidentals ($419.48): 

Bark and Mortimer, floater insurance 10.00 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 10.57 



84 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Postage _ $ 78.90 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service 20.80 

Stainton and Evis Ltd., refills, stapler, etc 23.88 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 234.82 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 28.66 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $9.91; labour, $1.94 11.85 

$ 6,547.71 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $8.53.20 

Sale of material 26.00 

Sundry credits 1.20 



8.80.40 



University College Departments 

Classroom Supplies: 

Classics ($90.79) : 

Clarke Irwin and Co., books $ 16.01 

Department of Photographic Service, slides, etc 10.00 

University of Chicago Press, journal 5.66 

University Press, stationery, books '. 59.12 

English: 

University' Press, stationery- 9.45 

French ($60.11): 

Promenade Music Centre, records 7.00 

University Press, books, stationery 52.15 

Superintendent's Dept.. freight .96 

German ($69.35): 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 6.95 

University Press, books, stationery 62.18 

Superintendent's Dept.. freight .22 

Semetics ($32.42) : 

Miss Jean MacKa\ , t>ping 6.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 26.42 



University College General Expenses 

Office Supplies, Stationery, Printing and Incidentals ($949.78): 

D. Gestetner Ltd., paper $ 37.45 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. Ltd.. cards 128.75 

Postage 150.00 

Reliance Engravers Ltd., zinc half tones 106.2.5 

Remington Rand Ltd., t\pewriter 143.78 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 14.0.5 

Helen Simpson, flowers 16.01 

Stainton and Ev^is Ltd., desk 66.00 

Universit\' Press, printing, stationery 256.53 

Accounts'under $10.00 (.5) 20.74 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $1.09; labour, $9.00; material, 

. 13c .10.22 

Sundry Expenses of the Principal ($402.68): 

Dunlops Ltd., flowers 10.00 

Grand and Toy Ltd., filing cabinet 53.60 

Postage... ' 56.00 

Robert Simpson Co., catering 93.36 

University College Alumni Association, reunion dinner, etc 89.00 

University Press, books, stationery 83.28 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2) '. 6.32 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $8.22; material, $2.90 11.12 



$ 5,667.31 



$ 262.12 



$ 1,352.46 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 85 

Baldwin House (Department of History) 

Light $ 161.90 

Fuel ($545.22): 

P. Burns and Co 64.82 

Canada Coal Co 465.84 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $14.26; material, 30c 14.56 

Gas, $14.68; water, $15.97 30.65 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., materia! 66.84 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($555.60): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry :... 1.00 

Consumers' Gas Co 1.32 

Ideal Window Cleaners 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour .543.28 

Repairs and Renewals ($616.40): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry .10 

John Smith, upholsterer 2.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $412.59; material, $201.71 614.30 

Sundries (.Stoker Installation) ($790.82): 

Livingstone Stokers, equipping and installing stoker 550.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $100.11; material, $140.71 240.82 

Caretaker, W. H. Tulley, 12 months (overtime $9.50) 1,550.00 



Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant $ 161.90 

Credit for cleaning 5.50 



$ 4,317.43 
167.40 



$ 4,150.03 



Biological Building (Department of Zoology) 

Heat and Light $ 3,487.17 

Gas, $59.22; water, $394.89 454.11 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 222.23 

Cleaning ($2,139.19): 

-Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 8.90 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,130.29 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,171.83): 

William Bartlett and Son, blind recovered 7.35 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,424.05; material, $740.43 2,164.48 

Caretaker (with rooms, heat and light valued at $300.00): 

A. J. Wright, 12 months 1,350.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant.. $3,487.17 
Credit for cleaning 22.45 



$ 9,824.53 
3,509.62 



Botany Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,835.51 

Gas, $66.60; water, $3,156.24 3,222.84 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 205.24 

Cleaning ($2,490.42) : 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

W. \^ Walker, overtime services 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,862.04): 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., servicing 

City Treasurer, elevator license 

John Inglis Ltd., removing and replacing tubes 

Lord and Burnham Co., glazing nails 



$ 6,314.91 



8.80 

8.50 

2,473.12 


47.75 
5.00 

21.78 
1.52 



86 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 20c; labour, $1,491.03; material, 

$294.76 $ 1,785.99 

Caretaker, W. V. Walker, 12 months (overtime $34.00) 1,550.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant... $4,835.51 
Credit for cleaning, share of gas, water, etc 3,806.29 



$ 14,166.05 
8,641.80 



$ 5,524.25 



Chemical Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,534.49 

Gas, $375.73; water, $613.43 989.16 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 250.00 

Cleaning ($2,591.22): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 14.74 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,576.48 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,390.59): 

Provincial Treasurer, vacation pa}' stamps 13.89 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,025.42; material, $351.28 1,376.70 

Caretaker, R. Fortescue (paid as laboratory assistant with rooms, heat 
and light valued at $420.00, chargeable against building and in- 
cluded above) (overtime $9.75) 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant... $4,534.49 
Credit for cleaning 4.50 



$ 9,755.46 
4,538.99 



$ 5,216.47 



David bunlap Obsersatory 

Fuel ($782.09): 

Halliday Bros $ 728.03 

Jones Coal Co 54.06 

Electric Current 779.11 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

-Superintendent's Dept., material $ 32.35 

Repairs amd Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $414.78; material, $56.15 470.93 

Sundries ($1,109.26): 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone 49.50 

George C. Jackson, snow ploughing 25.00 

Edward Webb and Sons Canada Ltd., cutter b:ir ■ 4.68 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $975.84; material, $54.24 1,030.08 

Caretaker (with living accommodation valued at $15.00 per month): 

Thomas McKenzie, 12 months 1,050.00 



$ 4,223.74 
Less credits: Light, water, heat, etc 72.00 



$ 4,151.74 



Economics Building 

Light. .„ $ 6.00 

Fuel: Canada Coal Co 2,088.93 

Gas, $99.91; electric current, $1,093.-53; water, $89.72 1,283.16 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 295.36 

Cleaning and Fireman ($4,548.81): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 15.80 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 4,533.01 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 87 



Repairs and Renewals ($2,415.41): 

Livingstone Stoker Sales Co., tubing, stokerplastic, etc $ 201.95 

N. H. Speight Laboratories, repairs 6.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,640.07; material, $566.89 2,206.96 

Caretaker, James McCormack, 12 months (overtime $245.55) 1,600.00 

$ 12,237.67 

Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant $ 6.00 

Credits for light, cleaning, etc. 61.75 



67.75 



$ 12,169.92 



McLennan Laboratory (Physics) 

Heat and Light $ 5,005.47 

Gas, $171.80; water, $441.80 613.60 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 186.11 

Cleaning ($2,035.44): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 7.90 

H. Hill, overtime services 2.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,025.54 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,502.45): 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulator Co., compression fitting 37.42 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, S. Bochen, vacation pav stamps 14.59 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,996.19; material, $449.25 2,445.44 

Caretaker, H. Hill, 12 months (overtime $71.50) 1,750.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. $5,005.47 

Credit for cleaning 80.00 

Charged to: Dominion Government Grant, Yaw 

of Shells for use of room 300.00 



$ 12,093.07 



5,385.47 



Military Studies Building (119 St. George St.) 

Fuel, Gas, City Current, Water, Caretaker's Supplies, Cleaning, 
Repairs and Renewals, etc.: 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundrv $ 8.40 

P. Burns and Co., fuel 121.75 

Canada Coal Co., fuel 588.50 

Citv Treasurer, water 36.50 

Halliday Bros., fuel 61.92 

Ideal Window Cleaners 17.25 

Toronto Hvdro Electric Svstem, electric current 329.81 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,643.04; material, $117.76 1,760.80 

$ 2,924.93 

Less: Credit for cleaning, etc $ 9.00 

University of Toronto Contingent C.O.T.C., pro- 
portion of cost of operating building 206.44 

— — 215.44 



$ 6,707.60 



Psychology Buildings 

Light $ 42.40 

Fuel ($1,315.27): . 

P. Burns and Co 31.00 

Halliday Bros 1,279.93 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour 4.34 

Gas, $18.76: water, $.32.97; electric current, $153.14 204.87 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 93.83 



$ 2,709.49 



88 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($1,954.62): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ .5.00 

Ideal Window Cleaners 15.60 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,934.02 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,060.80): 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $860.95; materia!, $199.85 1,060.80 



$ 4,671.79 
Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant 42.40 



University College Building 

Heat and Light $ 7,278.26 

Gas, $128.05; water, $114.09 242.14 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 669.50 

Cleaning ($6,376.99): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 21.15 

A. G. Keel, overtime services 5.00 

D. Scollick, overtime services 6.50 

White Window Cleaning Co. 60.00 

Superintendent's Dept-., labour '. 6,284.34 

Repairs and Renewals ($5,328.97) : 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades, repairs 27.83 

Marshall's Ltd., cleaning furniture 29.75 

Roofer's Supply Co., blackboards 275.20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4,044.37; material, $951.82 4,996.19 

Caretaker, A. G. Keel, 12 months (overtime $79.00) 1,550.00 

$ 21,445.86 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $7,278.26 
Sundr>' credits, cleaning, $19.50; caretaker's sup- 
plies, $30.55; repairs and renewals, $35.35 85.40 
Receipts for use of building. Provincial Govern- 
ment 1,012.88 

8,376.54 



43 St. George Street 

Light $ 43.47 

Fuel ($346.01): 

P. Burns and Co 17.83 

Halliday Bros ._ 327.88 

Superintendent's Dept., material .30 

Gas, $13.94; water, $17.34 31.28 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 69.17 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($700.91): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 3.00 

Ideal Window Cleaning Service 4.25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 693.66 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $264.24; material, $52.13 316.37 

$ 1,507.21 

Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant 43.47 



$ 4,629.39 



$ 13,069.32 



$ 1,463.74 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 89 

45 St. George Street (Law) 

Light $ 83.68 

Fuel ($462.04): 

P. Burns and Co 79.76 

Halliday Bros 382.28 

Gas, $24.58; water, $8.00.... 32.58 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 5L83 

Cleaning ($623.80) : 

Ideal Window Cleaning Service 5.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 618.30 

Repairs and Renewals ($241.16): 

T. Eaton Co., linoleum 89.90 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $116.04; material, $35.22 151.26 



Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant $ 83.68 

Credits for cleaning , 38.00 



$ 1,495.09 
121.68 



$ 1,373.41 



47 St. George Street (Applied Mathematics) 

Fuel ($313.73): 

P. Burns and Co. Ltd $ 15.50 

Halliday Bros 298.23 

Gas, $58.61; water, $8.00 66.61 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 37.71 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($539.28) : 

Ideal Window Cleaning Service 3.25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 536.03 

Repairs and Renewals ($114.01): 

Grand and Tov Ltd., chair 17.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $89.67; material, $6.84 96.51 

$ 1.071.34 

Less: Credits for cleaning 20.50 



49 St. George Street 

Fuel ($332.32): 

Halliday Bros $ 325.78 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6.54 

Gas, $9.95; water, $43.20; electric current, $138.25 191.40 

Caretaker's Supplies: ^ 

Superintendent's Dept., material 57.04 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($781.41): 

Ideal Window Cleaners 5.25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 776.16 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $117.65; material, $80.90 198.55 



\ I. FACULTY OF MEDICINE 
Salaries 

Administration 

W. E. Gallic, Dean (paid also $10,000 as Professor of Surgery) $ 1,000.00 

E. S. Ryerson, Assistant Dean and Secretary of Facult> (paid also $500 



$ 1,050.84 



$ 1,560.72 



,275.11 



90 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



in School of Physical and Health Education; $150 in Surgery; 

$200 for Extension Work, and $40 from Special Funds) 

Miss T. \V. MacLaren, Secretary to the Dean, without salary (paid 

$1,500 in Surgerv and $200 from Special Funds) 

Miss M. W. Jones, Assistant to the Secretary, at $1,900; ob. March 21 

Miss O. Russell, Assistant (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 

Miss A. Perry, Clerk (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 

Messengers: 

J. Hayden, 30 weeks, at $12.50 and $13.50 

\V. Boddington, 19 weeks, at $15 

Mrs. Bessie Winterton, 4^ hours at 40c 

Hospital Theatre, Toronto General Hospital: 

C. Hart, Attendant, Lecture Theatre (paid also $200 from Special 

Funds) ^ 

J. Martin, Cloak Room Attendant, 38 weeks, 3 days at $16.60 
per week 



5,200.00 



1,425.00 
1,850.00 
1,600.00 



397.33 

285.00 

1.80 



1,550.00 
639.11 



$ 13,948.24 



Anatomy 

Professors: 

J. C. B. Grant : , , , 

J. C. Watt, at $5,200 and $200 additional allowance paid by the 
School of Nursing 

Associate Professors: 

A. W. Ham (paid also $250 in School of Physical and Health 

Education).. 

H. A. Gates (paid also $800 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) ■ 

Assistant Professors: 

R. K. George (paid also $250 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) ; 

C. G. Smith, at $2,700; on War Service; contribution to Teachers 

Insurance and Annuity Association 

W. H. Piersol, Lecturer in Entomology (Sessional) 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Dr. K. I. McMurrich (paid also $600 for Extension Work) 

Dr. Margaret R. Abel (paid also $650 for Extension Work) 

R. G. MacKenzie (paid also $150 in Surgery) 

A. S. Deacon (paid also $450 in Physiology) 

Miss K. W. Baldwin 

A. E. Montgomery 

M. J. Wilson (paid also $400 in Physiology) 

Ian B. Macdonald, at $800 from February 1 

D. K. McElro\- (paid also $220 in Physiology and $133.33 in 

Surgerv 

H. D. Ball, Assistant in Histology (paid also $250 in School of Physical 

and Health Education) 

Mrs. Dorothy I. Chubb, Assistant in Museum, at $800; resigned 

December 31 

Y. T. Beh, Fellow, at $1,200 from July 16 

H. E. LeMasurier, Senior Technical .-Xssistant, at $1,900; on War 

Service; contribution to Pension Fund 

Technical .Assistants: 

H. F. Whittaker 

G. A. L. Ross 

Mrs. Clodagh Dowling, at $1,080; resigned April 30 
C. Storton, Prosecutor and Museum Technician, at $1,500; on War 

Service; contribution to Pension Fund 

Laboratory Assistants: 

H. McCormick, at $1,950 and $5.50 overtime 

J. Clarke, at $1,300 and $4.50 overtime 

IM. J. Shepherd (paid also $1,700 as Caretaker) 

r Wilcox, at $750; on War Service 



7,000.00 
5,400.00 

4,750.00 
4,200.00 

3,250.00 

' 135.00 
375.00 

950.00 
900.00 
550.00 
500.00 
400.00 
400.00 
400.00 
333.33 

300.00 

500.00 

400.00 
1,150.00 

52.25 



1,650.00 

1,450.00 

900.00 

41.25 



1,955.50 

1,304.50 

169.50 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



91 



Clerical Assistants: 

Miss G. Dowsley 

Miss N. Joy, temporary 

Less paid by School of Nursing 

Art Service 

Miss M. T. Wishart, Director 

Miss M. Drummond, Assistant 

Assistants (part-time; temporary): 

Mrs. Eila I. Ross 

Miss E. Blackstock 

Mrs. G. L. Storey 

Less paid from Special Funds 



L400.00 
120.00 

40,936.33 
200.00 



2,750.00 
L400.00 



432.00 
285.65 
200.00 

5,067.65 
300.00 



$ 40.736.33 



$ 4,767.65 



Bio-Chemistry 

Professors : 

H. Wastenevs (paid also $200 as Special Lecturer) 

A. yi. Wynne 

L. Young 

B. F. Crocker, Lecturer, at $2,400; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 

Mrs. Jeanne ^L Fisher, Demonstrator (Sessional; paid also $1,700 in 

Faculty of Arts and $145.75 from Special Funds) 

Fellows (Sessional): 

J. A. McCarter (paid also $137.50 from Special Funds) 

W. D. Graham (paid also $123.75 from Special Funds) 

S. H. Zbarsky (paid also $123.75 from Special Funds) 

J. F. Morgan (paid also $110 from Special Funds) 

S. J. Patrick (paid also $110 from Special Funds) 

L. Sloan, Senior Technician 

Technicians: 

J. W. Fletcher 

Michael Edson 

J. H. McClary 

Laboratory Assistants: 

W. Clough 

Mrs. Lucy Lumbard 

Laboratory Attendants: 

Mrs. Ethel W'ilkie : 

Temporary: 

F. Harris, 36 weeks, at $20 and $23 

F. G. Phillips, 10 weeks, 5 davs, at $20 and $23 per week 

F.Skilling, 2 weeks at $20 _.. 

Miss AL Delamere, Secretarial Assistant (paid also $155 from Special 
Funds) 



6,000.00 
4,800.00 
4,200.00 

120.00 

1,100.00 



1.000.00 
900.00 
900.00 
800.00 
800.00 

2,000.00 



1,800.00 
1,600.00 
1,350.00 



1,200.00 
1,100.00 



1,000.00 

808.83 

234.67 

40.00 

1,500.00 



$ 33,253.50 



Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

D. T. Fraser, Professor (paid also in Connaught Laboratories; also 

in School of H\giene, without salary) $ 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

F. O. Wishart 3,450.00 

Dr. Frieda H. Fraser (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) 1,100.00 

M. H. Brown, at $1,100 (also in Connaught Laboratories); on 
War Service; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and 
Annuitv Association 55.08 



92 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

A. M. Goulding (paid also $150 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) .' 1,044.00 

Miss H. C. Plummer (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) 500.00 

R. Hare (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) and $100 from 

Special Funds) 400.00 

W. B. McClure, Parasitology 250.00 

Miss G. Mickle, Class Assistant (paid also $250 from Special Funds) 1,200.00 

A. J. Bishop, Technician (paid also $200 in School of Hygiene and $200 

from Special Funds) 1,300.00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

Mrs. Florence E. Blake, at $800; resigned October 14 230.11 

Miss A. Camilleri, at $800 from October 11 578.50 

Secretarial Assistants: 

Mrs. Olive Munro _ 1,200.00 

Miss E. Barr, at $1,200; on War Service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 33.00 

$ 15,840.69 



Medical Jurisprudence 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

K. G. Gray $ 175.00 

W. L. Robinson (paid also $2,200 in Pathology and Bacteriology) 115.00 

S. Lawson 50.00 

L. J. Rogers (paid also $4,600 in Faculty of Arts) 10.00 



Medicine and Clinical Medicine 

Duncan Graham, Professor $ 10,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

W. R. Campbell 2,000.00 

Half-time: 

R. F. Farquharson (paid also $1,000 in Therapeutics) 1,000.00 

W. F. McPhedran (paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

Part-time 

H. K. Detweiler (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

G. W. Howland, retired June 30 300.00 

J. D. Loudon 300.00 

E. J. Trow (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

Associates: 

Half-time: 

Trevor Owen (paid also $115 in School of Nursing and $125 

from Special Funds) 500.00 

W. P. Warner, at $500; on War Service 

Part-time: 

R. G. Armour (paid also $50 for Extension W'ork and $65 

from Special Funds) _. 250.00 

E. E. Cleaver (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

H. A. Dixon (paid also $15 in School of Nursing and $65 from 

Special Funds) 250.00 

A. A. Fletcher, at $250; on leave of absence 

Dr. Beverley Hannah (paid also in Connaught Laboratories 

and $50 in School of Nursing) 250.00 

J. Hepburn (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

J. H. McPhedran 250.00 

F. W. Rolph 250.00 

Senior Demonstrators: 

H. H. Hyland (paid also $25 in Health Service) 1,000.00 

G. W. Lougheed (half-time; paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

Sessional (part-time): 

G. Bates (paid also $20 in School of Nursing and $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 



$ 350.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 93 



G. F. Boyer 200.00 

E. A. Broughton. 200.01) 

J. G. Falconer (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

E. J. Maltby (paid also $30 for Extension Work and $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 

W. E. Ogden (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

J. A. Dauphin^e, Senior Demonstrator in Clinical Microscopy, without 

salary (also Junior Demonstrator); on War Service 

H. M. Gray, Junior Demonstrator in Clinical Microscopy (Sessional) 250.00 

Junior Demonstrators: 
Full-time: 

H. E. Rykert (paid also $40 for Extension Work) 1,000.00 

On War Service: 

R. A. Cleghorn. at $3.000 

R. B. Kerr, at $2,400 

J. A. DauphineS, at $2,000 (also Senior Demonstrator in 

Clinical Microscop\) 

J. W. Graham, at $1,000 

Sessional (part-time): 

A. F. W. Anglin 150.00 

E. F. Brooks 1 150.00 

C. R. Burton (d vi i c-ia .• c • i c- j 150.00 

T. A. Crowther T^'^ ^''" ^^ trom Special Funds ^.^^ 

A. R. HagermanJ 150.00 

F. C. Hamilton 150.00 

E. S. JeflFrev (paid also $1,000 in Health Service) , 150.00 

L. M. Murray 150.00 

V. F. Stock (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

On War Service: 

Ian Macdonald. half-time at $500 

Part-time, at $150: 

W. H. Brown 

A. E. Parks : 

N. M. Wrong 

R. L. Stirrett, Fellow (paid also $150 in Therapeutics) 1,000.00 

Research Assistants: 

Miss M. I. Hanna ; 1.500.00 

N. W. Simmons, at $1,440; on War Service 

Miss K. Lee, Technical Assistant 1,140.00 

R. H. Wilson. Laboratory Assistant, at $780; on War Service 

Miss S. H. Glutton. Secretary 1,560.00 



$ 27.450.00 



Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

William A. Scott, Professor (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) $ 5,000.00 

Assistant Professors (each paid also $75 from Special Funds): 

W. G. Cosbie (paid also $30 in School of Nursing) 300.00 

N. D. Frawlev 300.00 

H. B. Van Wvck 300.00 

R. W. Wesley 300.00 

Associates (each paid also $65 from Special Funds): 

W. A. Dafoe 250.00 

D. M. Low (paid also $30 in School of Nursing) 250.00 

S. J. N. Magwood 250.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $60 from Special 
Funds): 

D. \. Henderson (paid also $500 as Fellow) 200.00 

H. W. Johnston ; 200.00 

Kent Manning .' 200.00 

Junior Demonstrators (.Sessional) : 

M. C. Watson, at $150; returned from War Service. March I . 50.00 

Each paid also $40 from Special Funds: 

L. T. A. Armstrong 150.00 



94 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



D. E. Cannell ;.. 

J. C. Goodwin 

J.C.Mann 

W. Murbv 

F. J. O'Leary 

A. D. T. Purdv 

G. L. Watt ; 

On War Service, at $150: 

R. B. Meiklejohn ' 

W. T. Noonan 

Fellows (Sessional): 

J. W. Ross 

D. N. Henderson (paid also $200 as Senior Demonstrator) 

Secretary, at $900: 

Miss E. Marshall 

Miss H. Carson, on War Service; contribution to Pension Fund. 



InO.OO 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 



1,000.00 
500.00 



900.00 
27.00 



$ 11,227.00 



Ophthalmology 

W. W. Wright, Professor and Head of Department 

Associates (each paid also $60 from Special Funds) : 

C. E. Hill (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) 

W. R. F. Luke 

A. E. Macdonald (paid also $365 from Medical Research Banting 

Fund) 

H. M. Macrae, Associate, at $200; on War Service 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $60 from Special 
Funds): 

J. F. A. Johnston 

A. L. Morgan 

T.H.Hodgson, Junior Demonstrator, in charge of Dermatology (Ses- 
sional; paid also $85 from Special Funds) 

E. I. Glenister, .\ssociate Resident Fellow 

Miss M. E. Gray, Technical Assistant (paid also $500 in Oto- 

Laryngology) 

Miss F. Richardson, Secretarial Assistant (part-time) 

Oto-Laryngology 

A. A. Campbell, Professor and Head of Department 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $60 from Special 
Funds): 

H. H. Burnham 

J. X. Robert 

A. H. Veitch 

D. E. S. Wishart 

C. A. Rae, Senior Demonstrator, at $200; on War Service 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $40 from .Special 
Funds): 

G. A. Fee „. 

H. W. D. McCart 

G. C. Snell 

J. Grant Strachan 

J. Sullivan 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. W. McGregor, at $150; on leave of absence 

On War Service: 

P. E. Ireland, at $500 

A. M. McLeod, at $150 

Miss M. E. Gray, Technician (paid also $550 in Ophthalmology) 



$ 700.00 



200.00 
200.00 

200.00 



200.00 
200.00 

700.00 
600.00 

550.00 
150.00 



$ 700.00 



200.00 
200.00 
200.00 
200.00 



150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 



$ 3,700.00 



( 



I 



500.00 



$ 2,750.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



95 



Paediatrics 

Alan Brown, Professor (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) $ 700.00 

Assistant Professors: 

F. F. Tisdall, also Director of Research Laboratories 2,000.00 

E. A. Morgan (paid also $100 from Special Funds) 400.00 

A. W. Canheld (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

T. G. H. Drake, Associate 2,000.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Dr. Gladys L. Bovd (paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

A. P. Hart (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

G. E. Smith (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

W. W. Barraclough (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

John R. Ross, at $700 from July 22 (paid also $85 from Special 

Funds) 660.49 

N. Silverthorne, also Research Assistant without salary (paid also 

$30 in School of Nursing and $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

C. E. Snelling (paid also $30 in School of Nursing and $75 from 

Special Funds) 300.00 

J. H. Ebbs (paid also $20 in School of Nursing and $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 

Dr. Elizabeth C. Robertson (paid also $60 from Special Funds).. 200.00 

Without Salary: 

H. Edwards 

G. P. Hamblin 

On War Service: 

A. L. Chute, at $300 (also in Physiology) 

W. A. Hawke, at $200 

J. D. Keith, without salary 

S. H. Jackson, Research Assistant in Chemistry (Sessional) 900.00 

Werner Stein, Research Fellow, without salary 

A. \". Greayes, Research Pathologist, without salary (paid $100 in 

Pathology and Bacteriology) 

Technicians in Research Laboratories: 

Miss E. Balsdon, at $700; resigned July 21 39.51 

Miss W. M. Johnstone, without salary 

Miss M. L. Cassidy, Secretarial Assistant (part-time) 500.00 



$ 9,500.00 



Pathological Chemistry 

Andrew Hunter, Professor (paid also at $1,000 from March 1 as Dean 

of School of Graduate Studies) 

T. F. Nicholson, Associate Professor 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

D. L. Selby (paid also $408 in Health Service) 

R. W. L Urquhart (paid also $5,200 as Director of Health Service) 

Fellows (Sessional): 

A. G. Gornall, at $1,200; on W'ar Service 

C. S. McArthur (paid also $2,000 from Medical Research Banting 

Fund) 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

D. H. Boddington 

J. S. Wilson 

Assistants (Sessional; part-time):.. 

G. McNaughton 

J. A. Zeigler 

C. E. Downs, Technician (paid also $300 in Health Service) 

C. H. Downs, Laboratory Assistant 

Laboratory Attendants: 

Mrs. J. Faulds 

Mrs. C. McCallum (paid also $284.50 in Faculty of Arts) 

Miss C. .\. Shannon, Secretary 



7,000.00 

4,000.00 



1,000.00 
750.00 



1,000.00 

500.00 
250.00 

250.00 

250.00 

1,650.00 

1,400.00 

750.00 

350.00 

1,400.00 



$ 20,550.00 



96 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Pathology and Bacteriology 

Professors: 

William Bovd $ 8,000.00 

W. L. Holman 5,000.00 

W. L. Robinson, Bacteriology; also Associate Director of Applied 

Bacteriology (paid also $115 in Medical Jurisprudence) 2,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

P. H. Greev 1,800.00 

I. H. Erb ! 300.00 

W. Magner 300.00 

G. Shanks 300.00 

D . Nelson Henderson, Associate, Gynaecological Patholog\', without 

salary (paid $700 in Obstetrics and Gynaecology) 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Dr. R. Margarite Price 3,000.00 

D. E. O. Magner, at $1,700; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and .Annuity Association 85.08 

Fellows in Museum, at $850: 

L. Bapty, from Februarx- 5; resigned May 31 273.21 

D. K. McElrov, from April 16 (paid also $300 in Anatomy and 

$133.33 in Surgery) 177.09 

Dr. Dorothea M. MacDougall, resigned August 31 141.67 

Dr. Diane Croll, Fellow in Patholog\-, at $850 from December 6; re- 
signed Mav31 .'. 413.57 

Dr. Alice E. Gray, Fellow in Bacteriology 1,000.00 

R. G. D. McNeelv, Senior Demonstrator in Pathologv, at $1,200; 

resigned May 31 1.100.00 

Demonstrators in Pathology (Sessional): 

A. V. Greaves Calso in Paediatrics, without salary) 100.00 

Dr. \'ivian Laughlen .' 80.00 

Dr. Ethel Morgan 80.00 

Dr. Mary I. T5m (paid also $2,400 in Neurop.athology) 80.00 

Demonstrators in Bacteriology (Sessional): 

L. S. Mautner 100.00 

Dr. Margaret S. Thompson 100.00 

E. J. Clifford, without salary 

Assistants in Laboratory: 

Miss N. W. Simpson, Pathology 1,500.00 

Miss H. M. Boyd, Bacteriology 1,100.00 

Special Technicians: 

Miss A. Alvey, at $1,200; on War Service to January 15 575.85 

Mrs. Marion Coleman, at $70 per month: resigned October 21 2.57.42 

F. Giles, at $70 per month from October 22 (paid also $235.36 as 

Laboratory Attendant) resigned January 15 202.60 

Mrs. Vera Young, at $80 per month; resigned August 12 110.97 

Miss J. C. Burk, Technician in Pathology 1,020.00 

Miss E. Lowrey, Autopsy Technician 1,020.00 

Miss A. MacGregor, Autopsy Recorder 900.00 

Clement Hunt, Technician 360.00 

Mrs. Wanda March. Junior Attendant in Museum 780.00 

J. F. Payne, Preparator 1,800.00 

Attendants for preparing Media: 

Miss E. A. Gordon, Senior Technician, Pathology-, 11 months 1,200.00 

Laboratory Attendants, Bacteriology: 

Miss D. Nunn, at $840; on War Service 

Miss Helen Train 920.00 

Junior Laboratory Attendants: 

F. Giles, at $780; transferred October 21 to Special Technician 235.36 
Miss C. Shane, at $40 per month from October 27; resigned 

March 9 178.00 

A. G. Carmichael, at $35 per month from February 19 to 

May 31 117.50 

D. M. Johnson, 24 days 48.00 

E. Bera. 4 days 7.74 



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97 



Miss G. K. R. Boyd, Secretary ., 

Miss V. L. McKinnon. Museum Secretary 

Miss H. J. Williamson, Librarian and Assistant Secretary. 

Temporary- Clerical Assistants: 

Mrs. J. McDermott 

Mrs. Betty Symmonds 

Mrs. Isabel Lewis 

Mrs. Margaret Fisher 



Division of Neuropathology: 

E. A. Linell, Professor 

Dr. Mar\ L Tom, Lecturer (paid also 

Pat holog>') 

Technicians: 

Miss M. G. Hein 

Miss M. L. Howard, Medicine and Surgery 
Mrs. Margaret Brown, temporary 

Miss C. A. Bell, Secretary 



as Demonstrator in 



L420.00 
L420.00 
L 140.00 

92.90 
80.00 
■40.00 
20.25 

4L177.21 

4,500.00 

2,400.00 



L140.00 
960.00 
112.23 

1,200.00 



$ 51,489.44 



Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

V. E. Henderson, Professor $ 6,000.00 

Associate Professors: 

G. H. W. Lucas 4,000.00 

J. K. VV. Ferguson, at $3,600; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and .Annuity Association 180.00 

J. E. McBirney, Assistant. June .' 100.00 

Allan Brock, Technical .Assistant 2,300.00 

A. C. Morrison, Technician, at $1,100; on War Service; contribution 

to Pension Fund 30.25 

Mrs. Elsie Long, Laboratory Attendant 1,100.00 

J. McMahon, Cleaner and Animal Attendant, 37 weeks, 3 days, at $23 

per week 862.50 

A. McCallum, Cleaner and Laboratory Attendant, 1 week, 3 days at 

$20 per week 30.00 

Miss D. Caldecott, Clerical Assistant 750.00 



$ 15.352.75 



Physiology 
Professors : 

C. H. Best (paid also $5,000 as f^irector of Banting and Best 

Department of Medical Research) $ 6,000.00 

N. B. Taylor 5,000.00 

Associate Professors: 

D. Y. Solandt, at $3,700 of which $1,360 refunded on account of 

Naval Stipend (paid also $300 from Medical Research Best 

Fund and $2,000 from .Special Funds) 2,340.00 

E. T. Waters, at $3,300; on War Service; contribution to Teach- 

ers' Insurance and .Annuity Association 165.00 

Assistant Professors: 

L. B. Jaques 3,000.00 

E. Fidlar (paid also $4.50 for E.xtension Work) 2,500.00 

R. E. Haist (paid also $1,400 in School of Phvsical and Health 

Education and $400 froni Medical Research Best Fund) . 2,000.00 

J. Campbell, at $2,500; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and .Annuity Association 125.04 

E. H. Botterell, Lecturer (Sessional, at $1,500; also in Surgery) on 
War Service; contribution to Teachers' Insurance and .Annuity 
Association 75.00 

Fellows: 

M. -A. .Ashworth, at $1,200 from September 1; transferred from 

April 1 to Special Funds 700.00 

Miss A. P. Dunlop 500.00 



98 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



A. S. Deacon (paid also $500 in Anatomy) 450.00 

D. K. McElrov (paid also $300 in Anatomy and $133.33 in 

Surgery)...: 220.00 

Research Associates: 

Mrs. Jean P. Fletcher, from September 1 (paid also $525 from 

Special Funds) 550.00 

A. L. Chute, at $1,500; on War Service (also in Paediatrics) 

Research Assistants: 

M. J. Wilson, July 1 to October 31 (paid also $400 in Anatomy).. 400.00 

Miss H. J. Bell, at $1,500; transferred from September 1 to 

Special Funds 250.00 

Miss A. G. Macdonald, at $960; transferred from September 1 

to Special Funds 160.00 

A. J. Stonyer, Technical Assistant (paid also $1,392.95 from Special 

Funds) 1,259.14 

J. D. Brown, Technical Assistant in Bio-Phvsics (paid also $330 from 

Special Funds) 1,600.00 

F. L. Robinson, Technical Assistant and Glass-blower (paid also 

$500 from Medical Research Best Fund) 2,000.00 

Temporary Technical Assistants: 

W. Benson 151.20 

W. Wilson 50.67 

A. Elliott, Mechanician, retired June 30 1,900.00 

G. Scattergood, Laboratory Assistant to Teaching Laboratories, at 

$1,250; on War Service; contribution to Pension Fund 34.40 

Animal Caretakers, on War Service: 

G. L. Robinson, at $1,350; contribution to Pension Fund 33.75 

S. McCracken, at $1.040 

A. D. Crouch, Assistant Animal Caretaker, at $1,100; on War Service; 

contribution to Pension Fund 30.25 

Miss M. Cory, Department Librarian 1,350.00 

Miss D. Secord, Secretarial Assistant (paid also $150 from Medical 

Research Best Fund) 1,350.00 



$ 34,194.45 



Psychiatry 

C. B . Farrar , Professor 

E. P. Lewis, Assistant Professor (paid also $125 from Special Funds). 

Dr. Mary V. Jackson (paid also $100 in School of Hygiene; $110 for 

Extension Work and $65 from Special Funds) 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. W. Anderson (paid also $100 in Faculty of Arts) 

Dr. Ruth M. Franks (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 

Dr. B. T. McGhie (paid also $100 in School of Hygiene) Ob. 
January 20 

L. D. Proctor (paid also $2,500 in Psychiatric Research and $40 
from Special Funds) 

G. H. Lugsdin, at $150; on War Service 

K. G. Gray, Fellow in Forensic Psychiatry, without salary 

Miss A. F. Abbott, Secretarial Assistant, without salary 



5,000.00 
500.00 

250.00 



150.00 
150.00 

150.00 

150.00 



$ 6,350.00 



Radiology 

G. E. Richards, Professor 

A. C. Singleton, Assistant Professor 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

M. M. R. Hall 

A. H. Rolph 

J. Somers, at $200; on War Service 

H. M. Worth, Research Assistant (Sessional) 

C. L. Ash, Assistant, part-time 



700.00 
250.00 



200.00 
200.00 

750;o6 
500.00 



$ 2,600.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 99 

Special Lectures 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

Dentistry: 

A. D. A. Mason (paid also $6,000 in Faculty of Dentistry).. $ 100.00 
D. M. Tanner, at $100 (also in Faculty of Dentistry); on 

War Service 

History of Science and Civilization: 

A. F. Coventrv (paid also $4,100 in Facultv of Arts) 200.00 

H. Wasteneys (paid also $6,000 in Bio-Chemistry) 200.00 

Social Medicine: 

S. K. Jaffary (paid also $4,050 in School of Social Work) 60.00 

Medical Ethics and Economics: 

G. S. Young, without salary 

$ .560.00 



Surgery and Clinical Surgery 

W. E. Gallic, Professor (paid also $1,000 as Dean of Faculty) $ 10,000.00 

Assistant Professors (each paid also $75 from Special Funds): 

T. A. J. Duff 300.00 

R. R. Graham 300.00 

R. I. Harris 300.00 

A. B. LeMesurier 300.00 

K. G. McKenzie 300.00 

R. Pearse 300.00 

N. S. Shenstone 300.00 

G. E. Wilson 300.00 

H. W. Wookey 300.00 

Associates (each paid also $65 from Special Funds) : 

G. S. Foulds 250.00 

R. E. Gabv 250.00 

R. M.Janes 250.00 

R. J. A. McComb 250.00 

J. L. McDonald 2.50.00 

C. B. Parker 250.00 

T. A. Robinson 250.00 

R. H. Thomas 250.00 

J. W. Ross, Associate at $250 on War Service 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $60 from Special 
Funds): 

H. G. Armstrong 200.00 

J. H. Couch (paid also $30 in School of Nursing) 200.00 

C. R. B. Crompton 200.00 

C. W. Harris 200.00 

J. C. McClelland 200.00 

D. W. G. Murray 200.00 

J. Spence Reid 200.00 

N. W. Roome 200.00 

R. M. Wansbrough (paid also $25 in Health Service and $70 for 

Extension Work) 200.00 

J. A. MacFarlane, Senior Demonstrator at $200; on War Service 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $40 from Special 
Funds): 

W. G. Carscadden 150.00 

J. T. Danis 150.00 

F. I. Lewis 150.00 

D. W. Pratt 150.00 

E. E. .Shouldice 150.00 

A. W. M. White 1.50.00 

Junior Demonstrators, at $150 (Sessional; returned from War Service, 
January' 1): 

J. W. Brennan 75.00 

S. A. Thomson 75.00 



100 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Junior Demonstrators at $150 (Sessional; on War Service): 

A. W. Farmer $ 

S. D. Gordon 

W.S.Keith 

R. C. Laird 

D. R. Mitchell 

T. R. Sarjeant 

C. H. Watson 

W. K. Welsh 



Special Demonstrators (Sessional; each paid also $40 from Special 
Funds): 

M. H. \'. Cameron 150.00 

G. W. Carrow 150.00 

R. G. MacKenzie (paid also $550 in Anatomy) 150.00 

E. S. Ryerson (paid also $5,200 as Assistant Dean and Secretary 

and $500 in .School of Physical and Health Education) 150.00 

Wallace A. Scott 150.00 

R. V. B. Shier 150.00 

W. O. Stoddart 150.00 

A. T. Jousse, Special Demonstrator in Neuro-Surgerv, Sessional at 

$600; resigned February 28 ' 375.00 

Fellows (part-time): 

C. Aberhart 1,800.00 

Dr. Mary I. Davis (paid also $20 in School of Nursing) 1,000.00 

Dr. Jessie C. Grav (paid also $360 in Faculty of Dentistrv and 

$115 in School of Nursing) '. 1,000.00 

F. R. Wilkinson 1,000.00 

E. H. Botterell, at $1,500 (also in Physiology); on War Service; 

contribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity .Association 75.00 

Resident Fellows (On loan from R.C.A.M.C): 

W. G. Bigelow, at $1,000 from October 10 to March 31 475.81 

E. B. Tovee, at $1,000 from July 1 to October 10 276.88 

A. MacDonald, at $400 from November 1 266.67 

H. V. Slemon, at $400 from January 1 200.00 

K. McElrov, at $400 from Julv 1 to October 31 (paid also $300 

in Anatomy and $220 in Physiology) 133.33 

Assistant Resident Fellows (.Sessional): 

D. R. Bohnen 300.00 

J. W. Long 300.00 

On War Service, at $300: 

J. E. Bateman 

G. C. Cooper 

W. R. Dalziel 

N. C. Delarue 

F. P. Dewar 

J. R. Francis 

G. A. Lane ■.,. 

P. F. McGoey 

E. G. Mever 

W. T. Mustard 

E. B. Tovee 

G. E. P. Wilson 

Miss T. W. MacLaren, Secretary (also Secretary to the Dean; paid 

also $200 from Special Funds) 1,500.00 



Therapeutics 

R. F. Farquharson, Assistant Professor and Head of Department (paid 

also $1,000 in Department of Medicine) 1,000.00 

Associates: 

W. J. Gardiner, in charge of Physical Therapv (paid also $500 

for Extension Work) ' 400.00 

C. E. Cooper Cole 250.00 

H. J. Shields, in charge of Anaesthesia 250.00 



$ 27,302 69 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 101 

Junior Demonstrators in Anaesthesia (Sessional): 

G.R.Balfour 8 150.00 

W. E. Brown (paid also $10 in School of Nursins,-) 150.00 

C. G. Brvan 150.00 

S. M. Campbell (paid also $1,000 in Health Service) 150.00 

J. Chassels 150.00 

N.S.Clark 150.00 

S. J. Evelvn 150.00 

H. R. Hargrave 150.00 

K. M. Heard 150.00 

C. H. Robson :..' 150.00 

A. R. VVilkins (paid also $232 in Health Service) 150.00 

K. E. Hoilis, at $150; on War Service 

Assistants in Anaesthesia (Sessional; without salary): 

D. C. Bastow 

H. E. Hopkins 

F. L. Junkin 

R. H. Meredith 

Miss L. Pollard, Assistant in Physical Therapv (paid also $2,400 for 

Extension Work) ! 300.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

R. L. Stirrett (paid also $1,000 in Department of Medicine and 

$50 from Special Funds) 150.00 

J. A. Traynor 50.00 

A. Douglas (paid also $25 from Special Funds) 25.00 

H. E. Pugsley, Research Assistant (Sessional) 800.00 

Mrs. Jean L. Reid, Secretarial Assistant (part-time) 600.00 

$ 5,475.00 

$327,397.74 



Less charged to: 

Rockefeller Fund $ 45,522.13 

Eaton Endowment 10,450.00 



$ 55,972.13 



$271,425.61 



Maintenance of Departments 

Anatomy 

Anatomical Material ($1,858.57): 

E. E. Bohon, subjects $ 390.00 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., alcohol '. 77.40 

George Duncan, brains 30.00 

C. Hunt, brains 120.00 

Hopkins-Golden Funeral .Service, subject 30.00 

Imperial Oil Co. Ltd., oil 50.26 

Gordon MacKay and Co. Ltd., duck 16.20 

Mallinckroflt Chemical Works, chemicals 55.44 

F. W. Matthews Co., subjects, reports 801.17 

E. Pullman Wipers and Waste Co., white waste 27.50 

Charles H. Ward, skull 61.61 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $175.15; material, $23.84 198.99 

General Supplies, Equipment and Incidentals ($2,283.11): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 124.38 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 61.95 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co. Ltd., alcohol 46.70 

Centra! Scientific Co., cover slips 46.40 

Miss D. I. Chubb, translating 10.00 

Connaught Laboratories, rats 20.00 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, plates, etc 117.22 

T. Eaton Co., towelling, oil cloth, etc 70.62 

Dr. J. C. B. Grant, advance for models 54.00 

J. F. Hartz Co., h>po needles, s>ringes 42.50 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., pencils, chemicals, etc. 68.75 

Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, mice 31.25 

Miss Nanc\ Joy, drawings 65.00 

Lippincott Co., books 51.34 

Mailinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 108.80 



102 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Postage 

Ralston Purina Co. Ltd., feed , 

Robbins and Townsend. typewriter service, ribbons 

Stephens Sales Co., stencils 

Wistar Institute of .Anatomy and Biology, reprints, card service... 

John Wyeth and Bro. Canada, chemicals 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (14) 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: stationery, $10.97; hard- 
ware, $14.20; supplies, $51.62; sundries, $5.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $51.35; labour, $181.58; material, 
$134.05 

Less: Sale of material 



24.00 
269.20 
32.00 
85.10 
24.13 
38.70 
367.62 
74.68 

81.79 

366.98 



4,141.68 
242.65 



$ 3,899.03 



Art Service 

Supplies: 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., chairs 

J. F. Hartz Co., laboratory- coats 

Login Bros., books 

Reeves and Sons Ltd., oils, drafting table 

University Press, stationerv, etc 

-Accounts'under $10.00 (5)' 

Sundrv disbursements hv department: supplies, $13.30; sundries, 

$2.87; postage, $11.10; laundry, $17.73 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



26.55 
12.00 
23.59 
25.24 
74.56 
23.74 

45.00 
4.64 



$ 235.32 



Bio-Chemistry (including Zymology) 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Acme Farmers Dairy, milk, etc $ 24.80 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 20.70 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 48.92 

American Societv of Biological Chemists Inc., reprints, subscrio- 

tion '.. 33.23 

Ernst Bischoff Co., map 16.16 

British Drug Houses Ltd., chemicals, scales, etc 244.05 

Canada Packers Ltd., provisions, blood, etc 24.43 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., casters 11.61 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., glassware, batteries, etc 802.73 

Canadian Liquid .Air Co., oxygen 54.12 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, pumps, funnels, etc 532.02 

R. H. Chappell, apparatus 28.60 

Connaught Laboratories, chemicals 10.20 

Corbett-CowIe>- Ltd., laboratorv coats 66.88 

Delamere & Williams Ltd., shaft 51.93 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 23.23 

T. Eaton Co., wool, stools, etc 39.16 

B. Greening Wire Co., cloth 35.28 

J. F. Hartz and Co., scissors, dressings, syringes, etc 59.10 

Hollida\- Flint Glass Works, test tubes 65.04 

Insulin Committee, rabbits 11.00 

Kelvinator of Canada Ltd., valves 35.80 

Levitt Safety .Appliances Co., asbestos gloves 11.74 

Merck and Co., chemicals 209.-53 

Mimeograph Co. of Canada, paper 27.86 

Nerlich and Co., pyrex 15.00 

Pfanstiehl Chemical Co., chemical 11.70 

Postage 18.50 

Prince Hardware Co., screen 12.50 

Rubicon Co., test tubes 24.39 

Shippers Supply Co., e.xcelsior 15.61 

Toronto Elevators Ltd., fox breeder cubes 18.30 

LTniversitv Press, stationer\-, etc 234.81 

-Accounts under $10.00 (21) 85.18 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: carfare, $10.50; hardware, 

$4.95; supplies, $25.93; sundries, $1.35; postage, $2.27 45.00 



1 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



103 



Superintendent's Dept., freight, $15.80; labour, $705.82; material, 
$1,148.96 



Less credits: Laboratory deposits. 



1,870.58 

4,839.69 
346.06 



$ 4,493.36 



Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

Supplies and Apparatus ($2,449.41): 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Ltd., microscope 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, tubes, flasks, batteries, etc 

Canadian Public Health Association, reprints 

Central Scientific Co., pipettes, slides, filters, etc 

Connaught Laboratories, gloves, chemicals, reprints, etc 

Difco Laboratories, chemicals 

Gray Coach Lines, students' transportation to Connaught La- 
boratories Farm 

Hague and Hague, laboratory coats ,.. 

Lederle Laboratories Inc., tests, reagent 

Mimeograph Co., paper, etc 

Ontario Laundr\' Co 

Postage 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., stools 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accountsunder $10.00 (10) ..... 

Sundry disbursements by department: supplies, $8.68; sundries 
$4.67; postage, $1.65 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $12.61; labour, $133.01; material, 

$98.80; telephone, $5.93 

Cleaner: Mrs. Ada Hall, 289 days 

Less credits: Sale of material 



226.00 

88.65 

26.19 

386.81 

878.91 

48.08 

86.00 
16.50 
11.81 

101.08 
21.67 
28.25 
17.28 

199.41 
47.42 

15.00 

250.35 
722.50 



3,171.91 
198.00 



$ 2,973.91 



Medical Jurisprudence 

(Nothing Spent) 



Medicine 

Supplies and Chemicals ($408.46): 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals 

Grand and Toy Ltd., blotting paper, cases 

Ingram and Bell, slides, cotton, chemical, etc 

International Books Ltd., subscription 

McAinsh and Co. Ltd., subscription 

Postage 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (6) 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $3.89; supplies, 

$5.72; sundries, $1.59; postage, $1.35 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.66; material, $33.18 

Apparatus ($236.58): 

Central .Scientific Co., shaker, chemical, etc 

Johnson Matthey and Co. Ltd., crucibles 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., typewriter service 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $36.31; material, $27.36 

Books and Periodicals ($609.00): 

McAinsh and Co., books 

Thos. Nelson and Sons, books 

University Press, binding, stationery 

Laborator>- Cleaning ($400.00): 

Miss E. Bailey, 49 weeks, 1 day 



21.40 
37.75 
15.99 
113.19 
15.00 
13.05 
45.12 
70.74 
27.83 

12.55 
35.84 



88.63 
27.17 
44.44 
12.67 
63.67 



58.58 

15.00 

535.42 

375.09 



104 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Mrs. A. Jackson, 3 weeks 24.91 

$ 1,654.04 

Less: Sundry credit -38 



(Charged to Eaton Endowment) $ 1,653.66 



Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Photographic Service, slides $ 12.00 

Postage 11-00 

Robbins and Townsend, ribbons, etc 3.60 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., case 12.15 

Visible Records Ltd., selectors, etc. 98.50 

University Press, stationery, etc 12.27 

Sundry disbursements bv department: stationery, $4.00; supplies, 

$2.50; postage, $1.50; carfare, $2.00 10.00 



Ophthalmology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Barnett Optical Laboratories, books $ 29.46 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Ltd., reproductions 44.00 

H. M. Lewis and Co. Ltd., books 47.05 

McAinsh and Co., book 9.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 2.90 



$ 159.52 



Oto-Laryngology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

University Press, printing, stationery $ 15.23 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 18.38 



Paediatrics 

Supplies and Chemicals ($1,028.09): 

Acme Farmers Dairy Ltd., milk, butter $ 90.48 

Gordon \'itamin Co., casein 69.66 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 46.56 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals 199.95 

Canadian Medical .Association, reprints, etc. 26.50 

Central Scientific Co., charcoal, graduates, etc ., 10.05 

Merck and Co. Ltd., chemicals 42.73 

Postage 28.00 

Quinte Milk Products Ltd., casein 67.50 

Rubicon Co., filters 13.77 

John Wyeth and Bro. (Canada) Ltd., casein 122.50 

University Press, printing, stationerN" 100.30 

Accounts under $10.00 (7) 37.65 

Sundr\- disbursements by department- supplies, $8.69; hardware, 

$8.74; sundries. $1.23; express, $1.34 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept.. freight, $48.77; material, $103.67 152.44 

Apparatus ($367.27): 

Canadian General Electric Co., photo tube 3.85 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, burner, glassware, etc. 101.00 

Central Scientific Co., funnels, glassware, oil, etc 189.90 

Pryal and Nye, batteries 19.16 

Rubicon Co., cell, filter dish 10.55 

.Scientific Glass Apparatus Co., flask 25.70 

Wholesale Radio Co., switches, chassis 17.11 

(Charged to Eaton Endowment) $ 1,395.36 



132.41 



33.61 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 105 



Pathological Chemistry 

Supplies and Apparatus ($2,023.54): 

American Society of Biological Chemists, reprints $ 20.40 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 215.78 

Canadian Laborator\ Supplies, filter, chemicals 331.70 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, cylinders, pipettes, etc 834.77 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 20.96 

Frigidaire Products of Canada, repairs 34.11 

Parkdale Laundry 113.66 

Postage 39.00 

Roneo Co. of Canada Ltd., paper, stencils, ink 118.18 

Sanborn Co., sodalime refills 45.86 

University Press, printing, stationer%' 51.94 

Accounts'under $10.00 (7) " 37.86 

Sundry disbursements by department: carfare, $4.00; drugs. $3.98; 

supplies, $12.90; sundries, $2.24; postage, $1.88 25.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $6.39; labour, $22.66; material, 

$105.27 134.32 

Refrigerator Repairs: 

Frigidaire Products of Canada Ltci., blower coils 585.00 



$ 2,608.54 
Less credits: Laboratorx- deposits . 182.10 



$ 2,426.4 4 



Pathology and Bacteriology 

Supplies and Apparatus ($3,969.51): 

American Medical Association, reprints $ 16.32 

American Type Culture Collection, cultures 17.56 

Ansco of Canada Ltd., films, kit, etc. 125.04 

Art Metropole, meter, pens 67.08 

Bauer and Black Ltd., unbleached cotton 36.63 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 12.00 

Canadian National Carbon Co., carbon . 14.97 

Walter Carveth and Co., repairs, cable release, etc 37.00 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, cxlinders, etc 146.78 

Cullen and Sons, animals 36.20 

Diamond Cleanser and Soap Ltd., soap 23.76 

Dictaphone Corporation Ltd., spring, inspecting machines 31.70 

Difco Laboratories Inc., serum 25.30 

Eastman Photographic Stores, slides, developer, film, etc 296.56 

T. Eaton Co., wax, paints, pencils 20.04 

Frigidaire Products of Canada Ltd., service, parts 70.78 

Gold Medal Meat Market, meat „ 111.61 

J. F. Hartz Co., tape, absorbent cotton , 56.37 

Imperial Oil Co., parowax 11.88 

Ingram and Bell, chemicals, tubes, syringes 602.81 

Kilgour's Ltd., paper ". 23.88 

Library of Congress, cards 12.27 

Lockhart's Camera Exchange, film holders 27.00 

MacCallum Scale Service, testing and adjusting scales 18.50 

McCutcheon's Camera Shop, film, developer 152.33 

Medical .Agency of Canada, book, duplicating 302.48 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd., paper, ink 41.70 

Parkdale Laundry 314.14 

Postage ' 19.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service 36 00 

University Press, printing, stationery 252.00 

Accountsunder $10.00 (16) 86.70 

Sundry disbursements b\ department: stationer\ and drugs, 

$2.95; supplies, $26.31 ; hardware, $17.02; sundries, $6.89 ' . 53.17 
Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $14.80; freight, $14.77: labour, 

$331.64; material, $508.74 869.95 

Museum .Supplies ($198.61): 

Brown Bros. Ltd., cases . 38.19 

Walter A. Carveth and Co., repairs 20.00 

Dominion Dental Co.. focuser 12.95 



106 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals S 57.25 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 23.99 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $36.86; material, $9.37 46.23 

Neuropathology Supplies and Apparatus ($493.75): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, bulbs, clamps 11.67 

Walter A. Carveth and Co., repairs 11.00 

Dictaphone Corporation Ltd., service 13.50 

Dominion Dental Co. Ltd., magni focus 12.95 

Grand and Toy Ltd., record books, file 11-25 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals, scissors, etc 54.57 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, gas 32.40 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., chair 26.25 

Parkdale Laundry 126.24 

Postage 28.50 

University Press, printing, stationery 37.51 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 24.54 

Superintendent's Dept., material 103.37 

$ 4,661.87 

Less credits: Sale of material 54.57 



Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

Supplies and Apparatus ($1,318.32): 

Academy of Medicine, Toronto, reprints $ 10.53 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 80.12 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 29.48 

American Journal of Digestive Diseases, reprints 10.84 

British Drug Houses Canada, chemicals ,. 48.88 

Burroughs, Wellcome and Co., chemicals 11.78 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, pumps, chemicals, etc 102.95 

Central Scientific Co., magnifier 23.03 

Cullen and Sons, animals 85.20 

Drug Trading Co. Ltd., chemicals, syrups, etc 87.92 

T. Eaton Co., booster 10-80 

Hague and Hague, coats 39.00 

J. F. Hartz and Co., ink, chemicals 222.43 

Hobart Mfg. Co., meat chopper 35.00 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., cotton, needles, etc 21.75 

John McGillian, vegetables 21.00 

National Research Council of Canada, reprints 10.10 

Risebrough and Jackson, feed, oats, etc 17.77 

Sawdust Products, pine dust 11.00 

La Societe Biologique Enreg'd., frogs 120.00 

Univ^ersitv Press, printing, stationery 75.18 

Accounts'under $10.00 (10) ■. 41.95 

Sundrv disbursements by department: supplies, $9.40; sundries, 

$7.43 16-83 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $8.37; labour, $26.52; material, 

$149.89 184.78 



$ 4,607.30 



Special Item (Milling Machine): 

Aikenhead Hardware, melting machine, steel, index, etc 1,123.95 

$ 2,442.27 

Less credits: Sale of material 27.00 



Physiology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Lewis Adcroft, filtersheets $ 20.00 

Alpha-.\racon Radio Co. Ltd., tubing, switches, etc 35.54 

American Diabetic Association, books ^^'^ 

Anachemia Ltd., chemicals i^'oo 

Ansco of Canada Ltd., film developing outfits, filters ^ o 

Bikoe Mfg. Co., insecticide spray n 

Birks-Ellis-Ryrie Ltd., repairs 11.50 

W. E. Booth'Co. Ltd., chrome plates '^^^n 

Borden Co. Ltd., ice cream, milk, etc 30.70 



$ 2,415.27 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 107 

J. F. Burns and Co., specimens $ 254.00 

Cambridge University Press, reprints, book 18.87 

Canada Packers Ltd., lungs, glands, etc 15.01 

Canadian Electrical Supply Co., batteries, resistors, varnish, etc. 106.26 

Canadian-Fairbanks Morse Co., paint, steel 20.93 

Canadian General Electric Co., icing unit, lamps, etc 72.09 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, flasks, condensers, etc 48.10 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., nitrogen, oxygen 40.53 

Canadian National Telegraphs, message 49.25 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 438.25 

R. H. Chappell, apparatus 16.00 

Collett-Sproule Ltd., bones 68.04 

Warren E. Collins, paper 13.19 

Consolidated Optical Co., test charts 22.00 

Cullen and Sons, animals 320.87 

Dominion Envelope Co. Ltd., envelopes 12.29 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 67.34 

Eastman Photographic Stores, lamps, lantern plates, etc 202.43 

T. Eaton Co., books, filing cabinet, thermos bottles, etc 172.73 

Ingram and Bell, gauze, tubing, chemicals, etc 252.54 

Johnston Industrial Plastics, lucite 13.40 

Kelly Food and Seed Co., chow 308.40 

Lake Simcoe Ice and Fuel Ltd., ice 12.60 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, carbonic gas, dry ice 27.00 

AlcCutcheon's Camera Shop, reels, enlarger 157.50 

Marine Biological Laboratory, specimens 138.49 

National Drug and Chemical Co., chemicals 19.29 

Ontario Laundrv Co 150.00 

Postage ' 57.58 

Pylon Photo Supplies, reflectors 24.20 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, rentals, ribbons, etc. 78.90 

Safety Supply Co., goggles 58.30 

Sawdust Products, pine dust 21.60 

Stephens Sales Ltd., ink 19.89 

Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., cat and dog food 22.21 

Arthur H. Thomas Co., paper 13.41 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, scales 10.35 

Waverley Press Inc., reprints 35.63 

Wholesale Radio Co., clips 19.11 

LIni\ersitv Press, printing, stationery 477.00 

Accounts'under $10.00 (23) 112.25 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: stationery and drugs, 

$il.09; hardware, $2.49; supplies, $28.59; sundries, $8.47; 

postage, $9.36 60.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $61.21; freight, $204.07; 

labour, $91.05; material, $437.66 793.99 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $158.00 

Sale of material 5.70 

163.70 

$ 4,911.57 

Psychiatry 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Universitv Press, Stationerv $ .80 

.80 



Radiology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Drs. Richards, Singleton and Hall, X-ray films, plates, etc $ 1,000.00 



Surgery 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Canadian Medical .Association, reprints $ 13.00 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 71.08 

Down Bros., tubes ■. 51.70 

Hospital for Sick Children, flannel, surgical supplies 29.20 



$ 1,000.00 



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International Books Ltd., subscription * 20.00 

A. N. Marquis Co., subscription or\rr 

Photographic Service, prints, slides 20.do 

Postage ■ os.od 

Receiver General of Canada, booklets ; 15-00 

Stephens Sales Ltd., stencils 4h 15 

St. Michael's Hospital, tubes, etc 40.UU 

University Press, printing, stationery -% ]^ 

Accounts'under $10.00 (9) ._. •■52-41 

Sundry disbursements bv department: supplies, $6.86; carfare, 

$3.00; sundries, $2.25; postage, $7.89 20.00 

.Superintendent's Dept.. telephone, $7.78; freight, $1.41; labour. 

$1.60; material, $5.51 16.30 



Therapeutics 
Supplies and Apparatus: 

Ayerst, McKenna and Harrison, caps $ ??'m 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints lo.OO 

Miss Geneva A. Daland, slides fO.24 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., guides, cabinet -^4.09 

Postage ■ |6.o0 

Stephens Sales Ltd., ink, stencils ij^-»^ 

University Press, stationery, etc oo^^ 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 23.47 

Superintendent's Dept., freight l^.-n 



Less credit: Insurance refund 



$ 480.82 



$ 274.30 



General Expenses 

Sundry Expenses of the Dean: 

Lunches, teas, dinners, travelling expenses in connection with 

visiting lecturers, etc * 87.21 

Office Supplies, Stationery and Incidentals ($1,819.78): 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 10-48 

Globe Printing Co., subscriptions 18-00 

Ontario Medical Association, membership dues lO.UU 

Photographic Ser\^ice, cards, prints ocnr^ 

Postage 369.50 

Robbins and fown.send, typewriter service 25.60 

Students' Administrative Council, advertising, etc irR7j 

Miss L. Wellsteed, clerical assistance, 6 weeks 1 day n-^qo 

University Press, printing, stationery AH 

Accounts'under $10.00 (10) ^ , -. 48.7d 

Sundry disbursements bv department: stationery, $4.20: sundries, 

$33.60; theft, $16.90 • ^4.70 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 17c; labour, $12.26; material, 
$7.62 

Publications, etc. ($542.93): 

Receiver General of Canada, postage 

University Press, printing, booklets, stationery 43b. 2/ 

Maintenance and Equipment of Lecture Theatre. Lantern, etc. 
($30.45) : 

University Press, stationery, etc ^ l^-^l 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3.99; material, $12.8.) i -nm 

Association of American Medical Colleges, membership fee loO.UO 



20.05 
106.66 



2,607.16 
20.00 
$ 2,587.16 



Anatomical Building 

Heat and Light $ 3,578.54 

Gas, $30.67; water, $27.23 '^7.90 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 273.63 



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Cleaning ($3,229.04): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry ._ $ 17.00 

Queen City Window Cleaning Co 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,172.04 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,404.90): 

Wni. Bartlert and Son, shades recovered and repaired 16.46 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs 9.80 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., gaskets, adjustments, etc. 35.57 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, $980.31; material, $352.76 1,333.07 

Caretaker: M. J. Shepherd, 12 months 1,700.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant .. $3,578.54 
Credit for cleaning 5.00 



$ 10,244.01 
3,583.54 



$ 6.660.47 



Banting Institute 
(including Lecture Room, Toronto General Hospital) 

Heat: Department of Public Works, Province of Ontario $ 6.000.00 

Gas, $320.82; electric current, $3,667.90; water, $1,015.00 5.003.72 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 583.33 

Cleaning ($7,481.16): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 17.40 

Georgia Chemical Co., exterminating 37.50 

Superintendent's Dept., freight. 60c; labour. $7,425.66 7,426.26 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,906.61): 

Canadian Westinghouse Co. Ltd., repairs 518.65 

Casewin Co. Ltd., repairs 17.00 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

McCallum Scale Service, repairs 12.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 16.92 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,658.24; material, $668.80 3,327.04 

Caretaker: H. L. Vickerv, 12 months 1,750.00 



$ 24,724.82 
Less credits: cleaning, light, etc 120.30 



Hygiene Building 

Heat and Light $19,737.20 

Gas, $1,271.40; water. $5.905.97 7.177.37 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour $1.14; material, $1,131.80 1,132.94 

Cleaning ($12,586.20): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 30.20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 12,550.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,181.29): 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 25.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairs, gasket 42.38 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,396.94; material, $716.97 3,113.91 

Caretaker: James Irwin, 12 months 1,750.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $19,737.20 
Credits ff)r share of gas, cleaning, water, etc 12,585.07 



$ 45.565.00 
32,322.37 



$ 24,604.52 



$ 13,242.73 



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No. 12 



Medical Building 

Heat and Light 

Gas, City Current and Occasional Fuel ($481.34): 

Consumers' Gas Co 

Halliday Bros 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Water 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 

Cleaning ($2,965.25): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

Georgia Chemical Co., exterminating 

F. Mottram, overtime services 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,734.25): 

City Treasurer, elevator license 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, vacation pav stamps for A. 

Boucher, $15.60; G. Satchwell, $17.55 

Sturgeon's Ltd., repairs 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,212.97; material, $461.35 

Caretaker: 

F. P. Mottram (including attendance at council meeting) 12 months 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $5,942.05 
Credits for cleaning, water, etc 206.28 



$ 5,942.05 

331.17 

134.07 

16.10 

802.54 

180.92 

10.80 

166.69 

38.00 

2,749.76 

5.00 

33.15 

21.78 

2,674.32 

1,700.00 
$ 14,806.35 

6,148.33 



8,658.02 
$434,266.80 



Vn. SCHOOL OF HYGIENE 



Salaries 

(1) Administration: 

R. D. Defries, Director; also Professor of Hygiene and F'pidemi- 

ologv (paid also as Director of Connaught Laboratories) $ 5,000.00 

D. T. Eraser, Associate Director, without salary (paid in Depart- 
ment of H>giene and Preventive Medicine and in Connaught 
Laboratories) 

J. Craigie, Secretary (paid also $500 as Associate Professor of 

Virus Infections and in Connaught Laboratories) 750.00 

Miss M. A. Ross, Associate Secretary, without salary (paid as 
Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Biometrics) resigned 
August 31 

Office Assistants (part-time): 

K. M. Kerns, at $625; on War Service (also at $625 as Secre- 
tary, Department of Epidemiology and Biometrics); 
contribution to Pension Fund 34.40 

Miss B. M. Calvin (paid also in Connaught Laboratories)..., 600.00 

(2) Epidemiology and Biometrics: 

N. E. McKinnon, Professor and Head of Department (paid also 

in Connaught Laboratories) 3,500.00 

Miss M. A. Ross, Associate Professor, at $3,000; resigned August 

31; salary paid to November 30 1,250.00 

F. W. Tackson, Special Lecturer, honorarium, $210; expenses, 

$150.70 360.70 

Mrs. Margaret R. Richardson, Fellow, from March 1, at $1,500 

and wartime bonus at $125 541.68 

Laboratory Assistants, Biometrics: 

Miss S. R. McCausland 1,100.00 

W. Moore, at $1,000; on War Service; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 27.0 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 111 



Secretaries: 

Miss C. A. Miles $ 1,000.00 

K. M. Kerns, at $625; on War Service (also at $625 as Office 

Assistant, Administration) 

(3) Physiological Hygiene: 

Associate Professors: 

D. Y. Solandt; also Acting Head of Department (paid also 
$3,700 in Faculty of Medicine and $300 from Medical 

Research Best Fund) 2,000.00 

D. L. McLean, at $2,900; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 145.08 

H. M. Barrett, Assistant Professor of Industrial Hygiene, at 
$2,900; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' Insurance 
and Annuity Association. ., 145.0S 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

J. G. Cunningham, Industrial Hygiene, part-time 500.00 

Mrs. Ruth C. Partridge, part-time (paid also $2,200 from 

Special Funds) 300.00 

Research Fellows: 

J. Hunter, at $1,800 and wartime bonus $140 1.940.00 

G. E. Mack, at $1,200 and wartime bonus $110 1.320.00 

G. J. Millar 1.320.00 

Miss D. M. Allan 1.056.00 

Miss J. Lock, at $960 and wartime bonus $96 1,056.00 

Miss A. C. Steele 960.00 

Miss A. Macklev, from September 6; at $960 and wartime 

bonus at $96 875.34 

H. N. MacFarland 400.00 

Miss M. Rutland, at $960 and wartime bonus at $96; resigned 

August 15 132.00 

Technical Assistants on War Service: 

K. E. Roseblade, at $1,500; contribution to Pension Fund .. 41.25 

W. .Staples, at $950; contribution to Pension Fund 23,75 

Technicians: 

J. Horwood 1,200.00 

R. N. Smith 1,200.00 

Miss P. A. Clark, at $960; and wartime bonus $96 1.056.00 

J. D. Brown (paid also $1,600 in Faculty of Medicine) 330.00 

Mrs. Margaret Fussell, Secretary 1,100.00 

(4) Chemistry in relation to Hygiene: 

P. J. Moloney, Associate Professor (paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 2,800.00 

Miss E. M. Taylor, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 500.00 

Miss I. C. .-\dams, Technician 1,032.00 

(5) PubHc Health Administration: 

R. D. Defries, Professor, Hygiene and Epidemiology (paid as 

Director) 

W. Mosley, Associate Professor, at $4,350; on War Service; con- 
tribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association ... 200.04 

Associates: 

Dr. Vera I. Binnington 3,200.00 

Miss E. Whelcr, at $2,200 and wartime bonus at $156; re- 
signed Februar\- 28 1,570.66 

J. T. Phair '. 300.00 

A. L. MacNabb 150.00 

G. C. Brink 100.00 

B. T. McGhie (paid also $150 in Faculty of Medicine) Ob. 

January 20 100.00 

Lecturers: 

O. C. Powers 3,900.00 

A. E. Berry, Public Health Engineering (Sessional; paid also 

$1,000 in Faculty of Applied Science) 750.00 



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Visiting Lecturers: 

D. V. Currev 300.00 

Dr. Mary V. Jackson (paid also $250 in Faculty of Medicine) 100.00 

R. H. Malyon, Clinical Assistant, 9 months 187.50 

Temporary Assistants: 

E. R. E. Hainan 250.00 

Miss J. Farquharson 75.00 

Miss E. Cartwright, Technician 820.00 

(6) Nutrition: 

E. W. McHenr\-, Associate Professor (paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 1.300.00 

Miss H. J. Leeson, Clinical Assistant 2,620.00 

Research Fellows: 

W. W. Hawkins, at $1,300 and wartime bonus, $115 . 1,415.00 
Mrs. E. M. Semmons, from August 1, salarv, $1,277.50 and 

wartime bonus, $113.88 .' 1,391.38 

Miss E. C. Armstrong, at $1,200 and wartime bonus $110... 1,310.00 

Miss R. \'irtue, at $1,200 and wartime bonus $110 1,310.00 

Miss F. B. .Swan, from October 1 at $120 per month 1,080.00 

Mrs. Helen M. Ferguson, at $1,400 and wartime bonus at 

$120; resigned August 31 253.34 

J. Gurland, Statistician, July 1 to October 15, at $125 per month 437.50 

Technicians: 

Miss L. C. Barber, at $1,120 and wartime bonus $106 1,226.00 

Mrs. Joan S. Scott, at $890 and wartime bonus $89 979.00 

Miss E. James 840.00 

Miss R. Wood, at $780 and wartime bonus at $78; on leave 

of absence without salary to August 15; resigned June 30 750.75 

(7) Virus Infections: 

J. Craigie, Associate Professor (paid also $750 as Secretary) 500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. C. Parker 250.00 

R. Hare (paid also $400 in Faculty of Medicine) 250.00 

A. J. Bishop, Technician (paid also $1,300 in Faculty of Medicine) 200.00 

(8) Parasitology: 

A. M. Fallis, .Assistant Professor, without salary 

Mrs. Ella Kuitunen, Demonstrator 1.650.00 



$ 65,362.95 
Less paid from Special Grants 31,152.77 



$ 34.210. li 



Maintenance of Departments 

(1) .Administration: 

Supplies, telephone service, etc. ($1,171.29): 

Association of Schools of Public Health, membership dues . $ 28.03 

Bloor Press, reports 112.32 

Canadian Medical Association, advertising 91.80 

Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams 14.31 

Canadian Pacific Railways, telegrams 1.77 

Connaught Laboratories, books 32.71 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd.. paper, ink 77.40 

Postage. 31.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 349.78 

Sundrv disbursements by department: postage, $2.03; sta- 
tionery, $1.30; supplies, $6.67 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $346.48; labour. $66.60; 

material, $9.09 422.17 

(2) Epidemiology and Biometrics: 

Supplies and Equipment ($261.72): 

Bureau of Hygiene and Tropical Diseases, subscription 5.77 

J. McDowell and Co., calculator inspections 34.50 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 113 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd., paper $ 39.46 

Postage 25.00 

Robbins and Townsend, repairs 10.00 

University Press, printing and stationery' 146.99 

(3) Parasitolog\-: 

Supplies and Equipment ($197.14): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., lenses, weights 40.43 

Clay-.Adams Co. Inc., slides 51.72 

General Biological SuppK- House, slides 45.24 

J. F. Hartz Co. Ltd.. chemical. syring;e 43.85 

Sundr\' disbursements b\' department 5.00 

Superintendent's Dept., "freight, $8.15: material, $2.75 10.90 

(4) Physiological Hygiene: 

Apparatus and Supplies ($1,286.52): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 227.41 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., microscope 325.00 

Canadian Tire Corporation, handle 28.75 

Central Scientific Co., thermometers, chemicals 73.70 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., gauze cutter 10.00 

Macy MachinerN' Co. Ltd., press 65.50 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd., paper 17.83 

Photovolt Corporation, colorimeter 162.57 

Postage 20.00 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co., grinder 59.40 

Universit\' Press, printing, stationerx' 126.93 

Accounts under $10.00 (8) ' 30.71 

Sundr> disbursements bv department: telegrams, $4.02; 
hardware, $12.38; supplies, $42.73; carfare, $5.25; post- 
age, $10.62 75.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $11.64; freight, $42.29; 

labour, $9.79 63.72 

(5) Chemistry in Relation to Hygiene: 

Supplies and Equipment ($456.01): 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 19.75 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd.. burette, filter paper, 

dishes, etc ' 319.03 

Central .Scientific Co., condenser, balances 41.93 

Cherry-Burrell Corporation of Canada Ltd., pipettes, dippers 65.30 

Sundry disbursements b\' department: supplies, $5.18; post- 
age, $3.42; stationery, $1.40 10.00 

(6) Public Health Administration: 

Supplies and Equipment ($14.90): 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd., paper 3.78 

University Press, rings, covers 11.12 

(7) Nutrition: 

Supplies and Equipment ($341.76): 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 11.77 

Central Scientific Co., forceps, etc. 88.62 

Connaught Laboratories, rats 91.20 

John W\eth and Bros., casein 122.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 5.56 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $12.98; material, $9.13 22.11 

(8) Virus Studies: 

Nothing spent 

(9) Alterations ($3,000.00): 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $356.22; material. $178.76 534.98 

To be accounted for 1945-46 2,465.02 

$ 6,729.34 

$40,939.52 



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No. 12 



VIII. FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE 
Salaries 

Dean's Office 

C. R. Young, Dean, Salary $ 6,000.00 

Expenses 1,500.00 

VV. S. Wilson, Assistant Dean (paid as Secretary to the Faculty) 

Applied Physics 

K. B. Jackson, Professor 

V. L. Henderson, Assistant Professor 

E. L. Dodington, Lecturer (Sessional) '. 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

H. W. Allan 

T. E. Munford 

H. C. Jones, (part-time) 

D. J. McConnell, Mechanician (paid also $800 in Civil Engineering; 

Surveying and Geodesy) 

Miss R. Cave, Ofifice Assistant and Librarian (part-time; paid also 
$650 in Civil Engineering; Surveying and Geodesy and $100 in 
Photographic Service) , 



$ 7,500.00 



4,200.00 
2,900.00 
2,000.00 



1,300.00 

1,200.00 

700.00 

1,000.00 



650.00 



$ 7,500.00 



$ 13,950.00 



School of Architecture 

Professors: 

H. H. Madill, also Head of Department; part-time at $4,700 to 

December 31: full-time at $4,900 from January 1 3,550.00 

E. R. Arthur, Architectural Design; at $4,700; on leave of absence 

at half salary from January 1 3,525.00 

Assistant Professors: 

H. J. Burden, at $3,200; on War Service; contribution to Teach- 
ers' Insurance and Annuity Association 160.08 

W. E. Carswell, Architectural Design (paid also $500 in Applied 

Science Summer Course 1945) 2,800.00 

A. P. C. .\damson, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $200 as Special 

Lecturer) 2,000.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

W. S. Wilson (paid also $4,000 as Assistant Dean and Secretary 

to Facuhy) 250.00 

A. S. Mathers 200.00 

A. P. C. Adamson, Town Planning (paid also $2,000 as Lecturer) 200.00 

H. B. Dunington-Grubb, Landscape Architecture 100.00 

Instructors (.Sessional; part-time): 

J. A. Murray 1,375.00 

F. Coates 1,200.00 

P. Brieger, Fine Art (paid also $3,300 in Faculty of Arts) 300.00 

Special Instructors (Easter Term): 

S. B. Barclav 600.00 

A. H. Eadie' 275.00 

Miss J. C. Laing, Librarian and Instructor, Architectural History and 
French ; at $1,900; on leave of absence at half-salarv from Januarv 
15 to March 15 '. '. 1,741.67 

T. H. Laccohee, Attendant in Drafting Room, September 15 to 

January 15; resigned 400.00 

Miss E. W. Dyer, Ofifice Assistant; (paid also $450 in Engineering 

Drawing and $110 in Applied Science Summer Course 1945) 625.00 



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$ 19,301.75 



Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 

Professors: 

J. Watson Bain, Chemical Engineering $ 6,000.00 

M. C. Boswell, Organic Chemistrv 4,900.00 

E. A. Smith, Industrial Chemistry 4,200.00 

R. R. McLaughlin 4,200.00 



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Assistant Professors: 

W. C. Macdonald (paid also $420 in Applied Science Summer 

Course 1945) $ 2,800.00 

J. G. Breckenridge (paid also $420 in Applied Science Summer 

Course 1945) 2,700.00 

A. M. FitzGerald, Lecturer 1,950.00 

T. L. Crosslev, Special Lecturer in Pulp and Paper (Sessional; part- 
time) ' 200.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

L. J. Rubin 1,750.00 

W. G. MacElhinnev (paid also $764.17 in Special Research) 1,750.00 

M. .\delman 1,000.00 

W. F. Graxdon (paid also $225 in Special Research and $660 in 

Applied Science Summer Course 1945) 1,600.00 

E. T. Williams, Instructor, September 11 to December 6 (paid also 

$414.17 in Special Research and $112.50 for Extension Work).... 675.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Mrs. Hilda Hampson 1,230.00 

G. L. Milligan 1,1.50.00 

F. A. de Alarco (paid also $350 in Special Research) 1,222.62 

C. E. Drover (paid also $500 in .Applied Science Summer Course 

1945) 1,125.00 

F. Kubath 1.050.00 

C. M. Humber 1,0.50.00 

E. Yurasvk (paid also $375 in Applied Science Summer Course 

1945) 925.00 

C. W. Gowdey 600.00 

Part-time: 

W. A. Morse (paid also from -Special Funds) 575.00 

H. I. Hadler 523.52 

F. J. Quail 465.00 

A. .S. Hunt, Lecture Assistant and Glass Blower 1,850.00 

W. T. Storton, Laboratory .Assistant 1,575.00 

Ross Mowat, Lecture .Assistant; on War Service at $950 

Laboratory .Attendants: 

D. Mitchell, 20 weeks at $18, 24 weeks at $20, plus $10 overtime 850.00 
W. S. Fernie, 22 weeks at $18, 18 weeks at $20, plus $37.50 

o\'ert i me 793 . 50 

-A. Record, 42 weeks at $18. plus $15 overtime 771.00 

D. Munro, 28 weeks, 1 day at $18, 4 weeks, 1 dav at $20 590.35 

J. Martin, 29 weeks, 1 dav at $18 525.00 

H. Spence. 11 weeks. 5 davs at $18 213.00 

D. Irvine, 7 weeks, 5 davs at $18 141.00 

K. Godwin, 3 weeks, 5 davs at $18 69.00 

S. Godfrev, 3 weeks, 2 davs at $18 60.00 

P. Spiegel, 2 weeks at $18 36.00 

Miss P. Stonehouse, Laboratory .Assistant, 5 weeks at $15, 36 weeks at 

$18, plus $15 overtime ' 738.00 

Miss D. Birkett, Ofifice Assistant and Librarian (paid also $200 in 

Secretary's Office) 1,200.00 



$ 53,652.99 



Civil Engineering; Municipal and Structural 

T. R. Loudon, Professor of Civil Engineering and Aeronautics $ 5,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

C. F. Morrison 3.500.00 

Robert F. Legget 3,.500.00 

W. L. Sagar, on War Service at $2,700; contribution to Pension 

Fund 135.00 

M. W. Huggins, .Assistant Professor 2.900.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

C. E. Helwig 2,500.00 

B. Etkin 2,100.00 



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No. 12 



Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

A. E. Berry, Municipal Engineering (paid also $500 in School 

of Hygiene) $ 

W. H. M. Laughlin, Structural Engineering 

Aeronautical Engineering: - 

H. S. Shenstone 

Harold Pollard .' 

R. D. Hiscocks 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

C. W. Dillane 

Part-time: 

J. O. Gorman _ 

R. G. Wykes 

\V. Kubbinga, Mechanician 

S. W. Morey, Laboratory Assistant, 39 weeks at $22.50 

Aliss E. Anthon\', Office Assistant and Librarian. . 



LOOO.OO 
400.00 



75.00 
40.00 
20.00 



1,400.00 



650.00 
200.00 

2,200.00 
877.50 

L 100.00 



$ 28,097.50 



Civil Engineering; Surveying and Geodesy 

Professors : 

W. M. Treadgold, also Head of Department (paid also $500 in 

Applied Science Summer Course 1945) 5,300.00 

S. R. Crerar 4,600.00 

-Associate Professors: 

E. W. Banting 4,400.00 

J. W. Melson 4,200.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

T. L. Rowe (paid also $200 in Engineering Drawing, $491 in 
Special Research and $600 in .Applied Science Summer 

Course 1945) 2,025.00 

S. H. de Jong, (paid also $600 in .Applied Science Summer Course 

1945) 1,800.00 

A. F. Fassell, Demonstrator (part-time; Michaelmas Term) 200.00 

D. J. McConnell, Mechanician; (paid also $1,000 in .Applied Physics) 800.00 

Miss R. Ca\'e. Offi.ce .Assistant and Librarian fpaid also $650 in 

Applied Ph\sics and $100 in Photographic Service) 650.00 



$ 23,975.00 



Electrical Engineering 
Professors: 

H. W. Price, also Head of Department 



B. 



-A. R. Zimmer. 

V. G. Smith 

de F. Bayly, .Associate Professor at $3,400; on War Service; con- 
tribution to Teachers' Insurance and .Annuit>" .Association 

Assistant Professors: 

D. N. Cass-Beggs 

J. E. Reid 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. G. Anthes , 

L. S. Lauchland at $1,800; on War Service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and .\nnuit\' .Association 

R. J. Brown, Special Lecturer (Sessional^ 

Instructors (Sessional): 

R. Scott 

H. A. Courtice 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

R. C. Henderson 

W. L. Phoenix 

P. A. Rickard 

A. Smith 

\'. B. Co.xworth 



5,500.00 
4.600.00 
4,100.00 

170.04 



3,100.00 
3.000.00 



2,600.00 

90.00 
1,000.00 



1.800.00 
1,600.00 

1.400.00 
1,400.00 
1.400.00 
1,400.00 
1.400.00 



LTNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



117 



E. F. Buckley 

VV. E. Hodges 

E. A. Pollard at $1,300 from September 20 to October 31. 

Report Readers: 

J. K. Allen \; . , 

V T r\- • bessional 

A. J. Dinnin i 

C. J. Moull, Temporary 

W. R. McKee. Instrument Technician 

VV. L. Bakewell, Electrician 

A. Cunningham, Shop Assistant at $20 per week 

Mrs. Irene Turner, Office Assistant and Librarian 



1 ,300.00 
928.58 
257.60 



300.00 
300.00 
55.00 
2,500.00 
1.700.00 
1,043.33 
1,150.00 



$ 44,094..5o 



Engineering Drawing 

Professors: 

J. R. Cockburn, Descriptive Geometry (paid also $350 in Applied 

Science Summer Course 1945) 

W. J. T. Wright (paid also $1,000 in .Applied Science Summer 

Course 1945) 

Associate Professors: 

A. W'ardcl! (paid also $900 in Applied Science .Summer Course 
1945) 

W. B. Dunbar 

P. V. Jermyn, Assistant Professor 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

J. J. Spence (paid also $350 in Applied Science Summer Course 

1945) 

G. R. Edwards (paid also $350 in Applied Science Summer Course 

1945) 

D. P. Scott, Instructor (Sessional) 

T. L. Rowe, Special Instructor (paid also in Civil Engineering: 
Surveying and Geodesy) 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

F. E. Deloume (paid also $700 in Applied Science Summer Course 
1945) 

W. S. Glynn 

E. Mvatt (paid also $250 in .Applied Science Summer Course 
1945) 

Part-time: 

H. J. Franklin 

J. W. Speight 

F. J. Simpson 

J. D. Grant, Reader (Sessional; paid also $400 in Faculty of Arts) 

Assistants (Sessional): 

W. E. Lehman 

H. E. Occomore 

G. Brown, Attendant in Drafting Room (Sessional: paid also $150 in 

Applied Science Summer Course 1945) 

Office Assistants: 

Miss E. W. Dyer (paid also $525 in School of Architecture) 

Miss G. M. Fry, from February 1 



5,000.00 
4,900.00 



3,500.00 
3,400.00 
2,700.00 



2,600.00 

1.800.00 
1,500.00 

200.00 



1,400.00 
1,400.00 

1,000.00 



350.00 
350.00 
300.00 
150.00 



200.00 
200.00 

1,100.00 



450.00 
500.00 
$ 33,000.00 



Mechanical Engineering 

E. A. .Allcut, Professor and Head of Dep-Trtmont 

Associate Professors: 

W.G.Mcintosh : 



G. R. Lord .. 
R. C. Wiren. 



Assistant Professors : 
D. p. Panabaker 

L. K. Jones 

I. W. Smith 



$ 5.500.00 

3,900.00 
3,500.00 
3,200.00 



2,900.00 
2,700.00 
2,600.00 



118 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Lecturers (Sessional): 

D. J. Parrish 

VV. A. Wallace (paid also $350 in Special Research) 

R. T. Waines 

Instructors (Sessional): 

W. Bruce 

D. G. Huber (paid also $350 in Special Research) 

F. G. Ewens, Special Instructor, Easter Term, Honorarium, $195.75; 

Expenses $179.25 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. G. Gilchrist 

B. H. Llovd 

W. E. Rigg 

B. D. Wood 

O. Clodman, from October 30 to April 30 

R. C. Cline, from September 18 to November 4 (paid also $350 
in .Special Research ) 

F. Hickey, Engineer and Machinist 

John Price, Laboratory Attendant 

G. Connor, Fireman at $127.50 per month from September 25 (trans- 

ferred from Central Power Plant) 

W. Butler, Fireman, 476 hours at 60c 

Miss M. Burt, Office Assistant and Librarian 



1. 800.00 
1,800.00 
1,800.00 



1,. 500.00 
1,400.00 

375.00 



1,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,039.64 

271.73 
2,200.00 
1,200.00 

1,173.00 

285.60 

1,350.00 



$ 45.294.97 



Metallurgical Engineering 

Professors: 

L. M. Pidgeon, also Head of Department 

J. .A. Nevvcombe 

R. J. Montgomery, Associate Professor 

J. E. Toomer, Assistant Professor 

A. Frumkin, Lecturer (Sessional, at $2,100; resigned August 31) 

F. M. Aimone, Instructor (Sessional; paid also $175 in Special Research) 
Hector Ross, Laboratorx' Assistant (10 months) 

G. D. Lane, Laboratory Attendant, 36 weeks, 4 days at $20 per week 
Miss I. Warnock, Secretary and Librarian 



$ 5,500.00 




4,400.00 




3,900.00 




3,550.00 




350.00 




1,600.00 




1.100.00 




733.32 




1,050.00 






$ 22,183.32 



Mining Engineering 

Professors: 

C. G. Williams, also Head of Department 

J. T. King 

S. E. Wolfe, Assistant Professor 

Instructors (Sessional): 

S. G. Farrar 

L. Pancer 

G. K. Clement, 6 months from November 13 

E. Tozer, Laboratorx Assistant and Mechanician 

C. Waybrant, Laborator\' Assistant, .Assaying 

D. Santimo, Laboratory Assistant 

J. Thomson, Assistant Mechanician, 24 weeks at $30 

Mr*. Thelma I. Stark, Office .Assistant and Librarian 



6,000.00 
4,500.00 
3,400.00 



1,800.00 
1,500.00 
1,237.50 
1,500.00 
1,300.00 
1,043.33 
720.00 
1,200.00 



$ 24,200.83 



Special Lectures 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. R. Grant, Accountancy and Business 

P. H. Mills, Engineering Law 

Rev. G. A. McMullen, Public Speaking 

English: 

J. F. Macdonald (paid also $4,500 in English, Faculty of Arts) 

Dr. Malcolm W. Wallace 

C. R. Sanderson, English Literature (paid also $150 in On- 
tario College of Education) 



500.00 
500.00 
200.00 



50.00 
50.00 

25.00 



$1,325.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 119 



Secretary's Office 

\V. S. Wilson, Secretar\- (also Assistant Dean; paid also $250 in School 

of Architecture) .' $ 4,000.00 

Miss E. Birkett, Assistant Secretary 2,200.00 

H. L. Shepherd, Counsellor, from March 15, at $275 per month 975.80 

Miss E. Singleton, Assistant 1,200.00 

Stenographers: 

Mrs. Marjorie Illingworth 1,100.00 

Miss G. E. Simpson 1,100.00 

Miss A. M. Schofield, at $1,050 to December 31 (transferred to 

Ro^•al Ontario Museum) 525.00 

Miss I. V. Lanktree, from January 8 at $1,050 505.25 

Miss D. Birkett (part-time; paid also $1,200 in Chemical En- 
gineering) 200.00 

Miss D. Y. Abercrombie, 3 weeks, S}4 days, at $19.75 per week 70.75 

Office Attendants: 

Arthur Dykeman, at $800; on War Service; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 28.00 

R. D. Baggett, 37 weeks, 4 days, at $15 per week 565.00 

R. Bradshaw, 9 weeks, 3 days, at $12 per week 114.00 



$ 12,583.80 
$329,159.71 



Summer Courses (Applied Science) 

Salaries 

Faculty of Applied Science: 

School of Architecture ($610.00): 

W. E. Carswell, Assistant Professor (paid also $2,800 in 

Salaries Applied .Science) $ 500.00 

Miss E. W. D>-er, Librarian and Secretary (paid also $1,075 

in Salaries Applied Science) 110.00 

Chemical Engineering ($2,375.00): 
Assistant Professors: 
J. G. Breckenridge (paid also $2,700 in Salaries .Applied 

Science) 420.00 

W. C. Macdonald (paid also $2,800 in Salaries Applied 

Science) 420.00 

W. F. Graydon, Instructor (paid also $1,600 in Salaries 

Applied Science and $225 in Special Research) 660.00 

Demonstrators: 

C. E. Drover (paid also $1,125 in Salaries Applied Science) 500.00 

E. Yurasyk (paid also $925 in Salaries Applied Science) 375.00 

Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy ($1,700.00): 

W. M. Treadgold (paid also $5,300 in Salaries Applied Science) 500.00 

Lecturers: 

T. L. Rowe (paid also $2,225 in Salaries Applied .Science) 603.00 

S. H. de Jong (paid also $1,800 in Salaries Applied Science) 600.00 

Engineering Drawing ($4,050.00): 
Professors: 
J. R. Cockburn (paid also $5,000 in Salaries Applied 

Science) 350.00 

W. J. T. Wright (paid also $4,900 in Salaries Applied 

Science) 1,000.00 

A. Wardell, .Associate Professor (paid also $3,500 in 

Salaries Applied Science) 900.00 

Lecturers: 

J. J. Spence (paid also $2,600 in Salaries .Applied Science) 350.00 

G. R. Edwards (paid also $1,800 in Salaries .Applied 

Science) 350.00 



120 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Demonstrators: 

F. E. Delounie (paid also $1,400 in Salaries Applied 

Science) 700.00 

E. Myatt (paid also $1,000 in Salaries Applied Science) 250.00 

G. Brown. Attendant (paid also $1,100 in Salaries Ap- 

plied Science) 150.00 

Faculty of Arts: 

Chemistry ($200.00): 
Demonstrators: 

C. M. Finigan (paid also $650 in Salaries Arts) 150.00 

P. E. Braid (paid also $724 in Salaries Arts) 50.00 

Mathematics ($3,800.00): 

I. R. Pounder, Professor (paid also $4,900 in Salaries Arts).... 800.00 

Associate Professors: 

J. D. Burk (paid also $3,500 in Salaries Arts) 800.00 

R. Brauer (paid also $3,500 in Salaries Arts) 800.00 

Fellows: 

J. A. Jenkins (paid also $650 in Salaries Arts) 700.00 

A. Schild (paid also $750 in Salaries Arts) 700.00 

Mineralogy ($1,150.00): 

E. W. Nuffield, Lecturer (paid also $2,000 in Salaries Arts) 1,000.00 

W. Wightman, Laboratory Attendant (paid also $1,000 in 

Salaries Arts ' 150.00 

Physics ($1,380.00): 

J. .Satterly, Professor (paid also $5,500 in Salaries Arts) 840.00 

Miss K. M. Crosslev, Assistant Professor (paid also $2,400 in 

Salaries Arts)..' 540.00 

$ 15,265.00 

Maintenance 

School of Architecture: 

George Lightwood, drawing map $ 20.00 

Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy ($87.00): 

Art Metropole, rod and targets 76.50 

University Press, book .' 10.50 

Engineering Drawing: 

Superintendent's Dcpt., labour 11.38 

Secretary's Office: 

Occasional Assistance ($44.00): 

Miss D. Y. Abercrombie 24.00 

Miss D. McClymont 20.00 

Maintenance: 

University Press, paper, envelopes 213.87 

$ 376.25 

To be accounted for 1945-46 7,168.75 



$ 22,810.00 



Maintenance of Departments 

Applied Physics 

Supplies ($466.81): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware $ 39.78 

Alpha Aracon Radio Co., condensers 15.96 

Bakelite Plastics, bakelite 27.25 

Canadian General Electric Co., radiotron 11.58 

Copper Wire Products, transformer 15.12 

R. G. Dalton Co., blueprints 13.66 

Eastman Photographic Stores Ltd., plates, film 36.08 

D. Gestetner, stencils, ink 48.60 

Photographic Service, slides, film, prints 71.79 

LIniversity of Toronto Engineering Society, ink, tacks, paper 25.97 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



121 



University Press, printin<;, stationery 

Accountsunder $10.00 (9) .'. 

Sundry disbursements by department: postage, $7.46; supplies, 

$2.54 ■ 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $18.02; labour, $3.13; material, 

$2.35 

Apparatus ($1,068.12): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., drills, cement, solvent 

W. E. Booth Co. Ltd.. flash gun 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., grinder, grinding wheel 

Canadian General Electric Co., shifter, lamps, etc 

Walter Car\'eth and Co., micrometers, microscopes, etc 

General Radio Co., plugs, etc 

George Gorton Machine Co., copy holder, etc 

Ryerson Film Seryice, screen 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.70; labour, $233.82; material, 
$155.03 

Alterations ($1,000.00): 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., alterations 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $239.49; material, $102.41 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits 



84.83 
42.69 

10.00 

23.50 



68.96 
22.40 
91.83 
36.82 
363.00 
13.64 
52.62 
18.00 
9.30 

391.55 



658.10 
341.90 

2,534.93 
114.20 



$ 2,420.73 



School of Architecture 

Supplies ($599.05): 

American Society of Architectural Historians, dues 

.Artists' Supply Co. Ltd., chalk, board, etc 

Beaux Arts Institute of Design, program service 

D. Gestetner Ltd.. paper, stencils 

M. Grumbacher, sketch blocks 

Hewitt Transport and Livery, shipment to survey camp 

Photographic Service, prints, slides, etc 

Postage 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides 

John B. Smith and Sons Ltd., sheets 

C. L. Todd, subscription 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, pencils, tacks, etc 

UniversitN- Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (15) 

Sundry disbursements by department: hardware, $2.15; suppHes, 

$7.95; sundries. $5.74; carfare, $1.50 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.11; labour, $21.83; material, 

$41.43 

Apparatus (including books) ($70.21): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, projection screen 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $37.56; material, $1.79 

Models for Life Classes: 

H. H. Madill, reimbursement for payments made 

Staff Expenses, Outdoor Sketching Classes (including travelling and 
meals): 
H. H. Madill, expenses for members of staff 



22.48 
42.30 
55.78 
25.25 
13.07 
25.00 
90.03 
32.00 
16.00 
13.31 
12.00 
10.00 
100.76 
58.36 

17.34 

65.37 



19.76 
11.10 
39.35 



26.00 



91.35 



$ 786.61 



Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 

Supplies ($10,589.89): 

Ace Glass Inc., thermometers $ 35.43 

Armstrong Cork and Insulation Co. Ltd., corks 116.27 

Associated Chemical Co. of Canada, chemicals 96.04 

British Drug Houses Ltd., drugs, chemicals 335.22 

Callow Bros., stapler 11.25 

Canadian Industries Ltd., chemicals 59.71 



122 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Canadian Laboraton,- Supplies, chemicals, etc $ 3,773.38 

Canadian Liquid Air Co. Ltd., nitrogen, o.xygen 129.86 

Canadian National Carbon Co. Ltd., carbons 14.62 

Central Scientific Co. Ltd., chemicals, glassware, etc 876.64 

Paul Chaput Ltd., wire cable 35.00 

Dominion Oxygen Co., hydrogen 20.24 

T. Eaton Co., table top 12.55 

Fisher Scientific Co., test paper 14.31 

W. J. Gage and Co., notebooks 87.45 

Garage Supply Co. Ltd., tubing, etc 26.86 

General Steel Wares, pails 55.52 

Gilman Paint and \'arnish Co., powder 10.16 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., chemicals, bandages, etc 34.11 

Lake Simcoe Ice and Fuel Co., ice 43.77 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, carbonic gas : 49.50 

MacCallum Sale Service, testing 58.00 

Mrs. Ena Mason, analysis 12.00 

Merck and Co., chemicals 272.50 

Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co. Ltd., repairs, gauges 25.21 

Munson Supply Co. Ltd., keys 12.00 

Nichols Chemical Co., chemicals 374.73 

Oxygen Co. of Canada, oxygen 11.90 

Postage 40. .50 

Railway and Welding Supply Co., charts, etc 29.81 

Robbins and Townsend, t>pewriter service, ribbons 15.65 

Robt. Simpson Co. Ltd., desk 17.06 

Standard Chemical Co., chemicals 22. .50 

H. \'. .Steer Engineering, stereoscope 45.00 

Textile Products Co., towels 161.00 

The Matheson Co. Inc., chemicals 24.70 

L'nderwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., repairs 30.20 

University of Toronto Engineering Society laboratory coats 19.25 

\'itrolite Products of Canada Ltd. vitrolite 12.16 

Universitv Press printing stationerv 313.08 

-Accounts'under $10.00 (12) .' 66..56 

Sundr\- disbursements bv deparment: hardware $2.27; supplies.. 

Si4.3l: sundries, Sr.26: postage. $2.16 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., sundries, $3.52; freight, $32.38; labour, 

$1,488.92; material, $1,643.37 3,168.19 

Apparatus ($2,017.35): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, motors, crucibles, etc 315.42 

Canadian Liquid Air Co. Ltd., nitrogen 14.4.5 

Central Scientific Co., ovens, balances, weights 967.35 

Paul Chaput Ltd., remote control speakers, etc 103.00 

Denver Equipment Co., drier 225.93 

D. Gestetner Ltd., rebuilt machine 145.00 

Lake Simcoe Ice and Fuel Ltd., ice 10.58 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., tables 11.25 

-Arthur H. Thomas, air apparatus .54.89 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., tvpewriter 153.90 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) ' 14.70 

Superintendent's Dept., freight .88 



$ 12,607.24 



Less credits: Laboratory deposits $2,329.25 

Sale of material 3.80 

2,333.05 

$ 10,274.19 

Civil Engineering: Municipal and Structural 

Supplies ($901.97): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 60.54 

Baines and David Ltd., iron, steel 26.35 

Beardmore and Co. Ltd., belting 20.15 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., plates, thermometers 40.06 

D. Gestetner Ltd., stencils 12.60 

McBain Foundry, castings 26.57 

Peacock Bros. Ltd., gauges 16.65 

Photographic Ser^ace, blueprints, slides, etc 73.70 

Postage 75.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 123 

Pratt and Whitney of Canada, cutters, drills 13.86 

Wholesale Radio Co., wire 11.01 

University Press, stationery 121.42 

Accounts'under $10.00 (13) 73.95 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $25.32; freight, $45.54; labour, 

$84.33; material, $174.92 330.11 

Apparatus ($393.90): 

Fairbanks-Morse Co. Ltd., drill-press 37.05 

Hamilton Gear and Machine Co., machine parts 12.75 

Peacock Bros. Ltd., indicator 344.10 

$ 1,295.87 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $9.90 

Sundry credit 1.38 

11.28 

$ 1,284.59 

Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy 

Supplies ($703.29): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 43.90 

Art Metropole, stationery, etc 87.20 

Dean Bros., castings 11.86 

D. Gestetner Ltd., stencils, ink 31.00 

Grand and Toy Ltd., staplers 12.00 

Photographic Service, enlargements, blueprints 28.25 

Ryerson Film Service, projection screen 14.00 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, paper, ink, etc 103.61 

University Press, printing, stationery 69.35 

Accounts'under $10.00 (3) 14.33 

Sundry disbursements bv department: sundries, 45c; hardware, 

$2.00; supplies, $3.15; postage, $4.40 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 44c; labour, $135.16; material, 

$142.19 277.79 

Summer Surve\- Camp: 

Repairs, renewals, travelling expenses and general maintenance 
($2,866.22): 

Britnell Bakery, bread $ 46.52 

Cassid>'s Ltd., plates, mugs , 63.49 

Harry East on, meat 768.05 

T. Eaton Co., mattresses, cutlery 109.55 

Hewitt Transport, cartage 182.30 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, service 56.90 

Minden Lumber and Building Supplies, wood 24.66 

Mrs. J. E. Minto, groceries, etc 143.25 

National Grocers Co. Ltd., provisions 627.95 

S. H. Newman, utensils 27.25 

L. A. Pritchard, wiring 11.90 

Silverwood Lindsa\- Creamery, milk, etc 207.48 

Chas. S. Simpson Co., fruits, vegetables 219.31 

S. W. Welch, provisions 224.24 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 16.54 

Superintendent's Dept., material 113.08 

Payments to Help ($1,166.00): 

J. E. Minto. caretaker, $240.00; rebuilding boat, $139.75; 

wood, $107.50; ice, $42.50; labour, $111.25 641.00 

Mrs. J. E. Minto, cook 450.00 

Mrs. E. A. Novice, kitchen help 40.00 

Mrs. Trumbull, services at camp 35.00 

Staff Expenses ($356.65): 

E. W. Banting, living expenses, $63.75; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 83.75 

S. R. Crerar, living expenses, $35.00; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 55.00 

J. W. Melson, living expenses, $63.75; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 ...._ 83.75 

T. L. Rowe, living expenses, $63.75; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 83.75 



124 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

W. M. Treadgold, living expenses, $15.00; travelling ex- 
penses. $20.00; car expenses re supplies, $10.50; telephone 

calls, $1.50; purchase of living room supplies, $3.40 50.40 

$ 5,068.41 

Less credits: Board received from students $2,933.50 

Laboratorv deposits 519.65 

3,453.15 

$ 1,615.26 

Electrical Engineering 

Light $ 272.48 

Supplies ($2,674.23): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 98.04 

Baines and David Ltd., steel, etc 14.19 

Wm. Bartlett and Son. awnings repaired 21.95 

Canada Label and Webbing Co., tape 17.72 

Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., tubes, plugs, etc 17.15 

Canadian Johns-Manville Co., asbestos 41.04 

Darnell Corporation of Canada, casters 47.78 

Electric Insulation and Fibre Co., resinoid 20.61 

Erie Resistor of Canada Ltd., resistors 10.00 

General Dry Batteries of Canada, batteries 78.89 

General Radio Co., dial, pluses, etc 28.43 

A. L. Gillies, cloth, tubing ": 18.69 

Moloney Electric Co., steel 107.10 

Alorrow Screw and Nut Co., nuts 389.75 

Murdock Duplicator and Stationery, ink, etc 47.45 

Petrie Brass Co., castings 47.73 

Photographic Service, blueprints, slides 15.38 

Postage 62.00 

Railway and Welding Supply Co., pads, paper 27.84 

Richardson Bond and Wright Ltd., diagrams 84.24 

Robbins and Townsend. typewriter ser\ice, ribbons 28.90 

Thomas and Corney Typewriters, repairs 32.00 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, instruments, switches, 

etc 141.80 

Wholesale Radio Co., transformers, resistors, etc 412.90 

Universitv Press, printing, stationerv 221.39 

Accounts'under $10.00 (20) ' 96.19 

Sundr\- disbursements bv department: hardware. $6.87; supplies, 

$26.62; Sundries, $8.03 41.52 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $8.34; freight, $208.47; labour, 

$183.77; material, $102.97 503.55 

Apparatus ($2,571.08): 

Brown-Boggs Foundry and Machine Co., brake and folder 205.20 

Canadian General Electric Co., tubes, radiotrons 201.70 

Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd., battery -... 33.04 

Corning Glass Works, insulators 18.04 

Daven Co., attenuation networks, etc. 245.21 

Exide Batteries of Canada Ltd., thermometers 110.79 

General Radio Co., resistance boxes 582.40 

George Gorton Machine Co., copv set 28.58 

W. R. McKee, voltmeter ". 35.00 

Molonev Electric Co. of Canada Ltd., transformers 325.95 

R.C.A. X'ictor Co., oscillograph 181.26 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, voltmeters 593.80 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 10.11 

Furniture, printing and incidentals: 

University Press, printing, paper 69.28 

$ 5,587.07 

Less credits: Light charged to Central Power Plant $272.48 

Laboratory' deposits 192.20 



464.68 



$ 5,122.39 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 125 



Engineering Drawing 

Supplies ($346.04): 

Mover School Supplies Ltd., chalk $ 16.20 

Photographic Service, blueprints 20.94 

Postage _ 10.00 

University of Toronto Engineering Societ\', pencils, laboratorv 

coats '. '. 35.00 

Universitv Press, stationery, etc. 117.63 

.Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 11.12 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $97.82; material, $37.33 135.15 

Apparatus ($308.68): 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., stools 148.50 

C. W. Mack Co., rubber stamps, pads, etc 21.18 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $96.13; material, $42.87, 139.00 

Printing Instruction Sheets ($230.41): 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., ink, stencils, paper $ 124.90 

University Press, printing, stationery 105.51 



S 885.13 
Less credits: Laborator\ deposits 20.00 



$ 865.13 



Mechanical Engineering 

Supplies ($828.58): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware $ 82.74 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, bulbs, flasks, etc 26.59 

Garlock Packing Co. Ltd., coil, valves 30.07 

Imperial Oil Ltd., gasoline, oil 33.30 

Arthur S. Leitch Co., gauge j 28.50 

McColl Frontenac Oil Co., oil 49.89 

Mine Safety .Appliances Ltd., first aid kit 17.39 

Monarch Belting Co., repairs 22.58 

Postage 32.00 

Pryal and Nye, battery rentals 12.00 

Scvthes and Co., polishing cloths 17.60 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 8.98 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: stationerv, $11.10; sup- 
plies, $7.38; sundries. $1.52 .' 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $3.93; labour, $186.93; material, 

$256.08 446.94 

Apparatus— Thermod>namics ($8,682.39) : 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 28.38 

Art Wire and Iron Co., grating 78.00 

Foster Wheeler Ltd., stoker, rods 5,108.19 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., construction of instrument room ... 149.00 

Phinnemore Painting and Decorating Co., painting 34.00 

Purd\-, Mansell Ltd., installing pipe 860.00 

Richards- Wilcox Canadian Co.. monorail system 891.00 

Toronto H\ dro-E!ectric S\stem, service 40.69 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, ammeter 49.39 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 13.20 

Superintendent's Dept.. freight, $4.90; labour, $738.63; material, 

$687.01 1.430.54 

Apparatus— H\draulics ($273.34) : 

Lahmer's -Studio, preparing illustration 42.00 

D. Gestetner (Canacla) Ltd., pens 12.60 

L. J. Rubin, analysis 25.00 

R\erson Film Service, projection screen 14.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $125.85; material, $.53.89 179.74 

.Apparatus — Machine Design ($163.12): 

Canadian General Electric Co., specimens, standard set 41.90 

Universit\' of Toronto Engineering Societ\'. drawing boards .50.00 

-Accounts'under $10.00 (2) ^ '. ' 12.78 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $28.02; material. $30.42 58.44 

Proportion of Fuel (Experimental Plant): 

Canada Coal Co. 963.73 



126 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Furniture, printing and incidentals ($330.73): 

Photographic Service, photostats, blueprints 43.59 

University College Women's Buildings, Housekeeping, furniture.. 114.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 173.14 

$ 11,241.89 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $ 23.65 

Sale of material 140.55 

164.20 



$ 11,077.69 



Metallurgical Engineering (including Ceramics) 

Supplies ($1,139.31): 

Canada Metal Co. Ltd., metal $ ^^-^^ 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware, etc 581.92 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., o.xygen, nitrogen 11.69 

Central Scientific Co., burners, chemicals, etc 35.03 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, chemicals, etc 52.72 

Imperial Refining and Smelting Co., crucibles 23.00 

Maurice A. Knight^ tanks 32.75 

Morgan Crucible Co. Ltd., tubes 25.98 

Photographic Service, negatives, etc 13.20 

Postage ; ; 10-50 

Railway and Power Engineering Corporation, ink 10.4/ 

National Bureau of Standards, standard samples 10.17 

University Press, printing and stationery 106.64 

Accounts'under $10.00 (15) • 66.69 

Sundry disbursements by department: postage, $6.62; supplies, 

$i.50; express, $1.88 10-00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $22.65; labour, $30.10; material, 

$82.92 135.67 

Apparatus ($5,750.77): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., grinder ?9"o- 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Ltd., metalloscope 3,5o5.25 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., model, condensers...: 421.55 

Canadian VVestinghouse Co. Ltd., transformers 130-55 

Walter A. Carveth and Co., surfacer ^ n'77 

Central Scientific Co., supplies ifo^I 

Grand and Toy Ltd., chairs o o" n^ 

Moloney Electric Co. of Canada Ltd., transformer 312.04 

National Radiator Co., plast-iron powder 46.34 

Ontario Research Foundation, construction of steel die 175.24 

Toronto Transportation Commission, illuminator 65.00 

United Industries of Canada, motors 37.50 

.Accounts under $10.00 (2) ^ 6.65 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $203.83; material, $237.64 441.47 

$ 6,890.08 
Less credits: Charged to E. A. Wallberg Memorial 

Fund $1,000.00 

Sundry credits 54.00 

1,054.00 



$ 5,836.08 



Mining Engineering 

Supplies ($840..50): 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Ltd., discs, etc 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, tubing, battery, pipettes. 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, dishes 

Dow Chemical Co. Ltd., chemical 

T. Eaton Co., gloves, etc 

Fletcher, Russell and Co. Ltd., mufiles 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet, guides 

Photographic Service, photostat, blueprints 

Postage ._ 

Roneo Co. of Canada Ltd., stencils, ink 

Royal Ontario Museum of Mineralogy, chemicals 

H. S. Scott, chalcoyrite 



12.50 
21.10 
16.32 
55.78 
27.34 
97.98 
15.18 
14.60 
55.00 
14.40 
18.30 
36.50 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 127 

University of Toronto Library, replacing books 23.08 

University Press, printing:, stationery 96.66 

Accountsunder $10.00 (13) 72.93 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $21.64; freight, $50.26; 

labour, $32.33; material, $158.60 262.83 

Apparatus ($438.70): 

Denver Equipment Co., sand pump 340.20 

Instruments Ltd., drafting machine 98.50 

$ 1,279.20 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits 74.30 

S 1,204.90 

General Expenses 

Stationerv, printing calendar, office supplies and incidentals 

($3,645.86) : 

Canadian National Telegraphs $ 14.27 

Carbon Paper Service Bureau, carbon paper 48.37 

Felt and Tarrant Ltd., rental of calculator 10.50 

Grand and Toy Ltd., papers, envelopes 14.50 

Lancaster Press, reprints 15.20 

George Lightwood Ltd., graphs 15.00 

Munson Supply Co., keys 12.00 

Photographic Service, blueprints, etc 142.33 

Postage _. 263.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 24.00 

Society for Promotion of Engineering Education, membership 

dues 16.83 

Stainton and Evis Ltd., desk pads 15.58 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, pads, paper 11.20 

UniversitN' Press, printing, stationery 2,947.23 

Accounts'under $10.00 (13) 28.98 

Sundry disbursements bv Secretary : express, $2.90; supplies, 

$6.25; telegrams, $4.62 13.77 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $16.94; telephone, $12.69; labour, 

$20.92; material, $2.55 53.10 

Messenger Service and Clerical Assistance ($100.00): 

Miss D. Abercrombie, 14 days 45.25 

Miss M. Hillier, 1 day ' 5.50 

Miss \'. E. WoodlifTe; 3}/^ davs 19.25 

Mrs. L Zimmer, 1 week 30.00 

Alterations in Mining Building — furnishings, etc. ($391.58): 

Grand and Toy Ltd., inkstands, chair, transfer cases 103.14 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 14.51 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $203.61; material, $70.32 273.93 

Selection Tests for Engineering Students ($689.19): 

Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching, assessment 
for participation in the Measurement and Guidance Project 

in Engineering Erection $ 477.57 

Measurement and Guidance Project, scoring and reporting 

services 176.12 

Clerical Assistance: Miss E. Birkett 6.00 

Miss M. Carter 6.00 

Miss L Lanktree 6.00 

Mrs. G. F. Plummer 5.50 

Miss G. Simpson 6.00 

Miss E. Singleton 6.00 

$ 4,826.63 

To be accounted for 1945-46 108.42 

$ 4,935.05 
Less credits: from Dr. K. W. Vaughn for payment of 

wages $ 35.50 

Plus United States exchange 3.37 

Charged to E. A. Wallberg Memorial 

Fund 1,400.00 

1,438.87 

$ 3,496.18 



128 



REPORT OF 1 HE 



No. 12 



Photographic Service 

Salaries ($6,535.60): 

Professor G. R. Anderson. Manager, without remuneration 

C. Crowther, Chief Photographer 

Mrs. Muriel Milne, First Assistant Photographer 

Frank Stark, Second Assistant Photographer, at $1,150.00; on 
War Service from June, 1943, contribution to pension fund . 

Photographic .Assistants: 

Mrs. Mary Field 

John Kittega 

Miss E. Andrus 

Mrs. R. E. Morley, Secretary 

Miss R. Cave, Office .Assistant (Part-time; paid also $650 in 

Civil Engineering; Surveying and Geodesy and $650 in 

Applied Physics) 

Expenses: 

Supplies ($1,405.63): 

Ansco of Canada Ltd., film 

Canadian General Electric Co., projection clear 

Eastman Photographic Stores, chemicals, film, plates, etc 

T. Eaton Co., cotton 

Instruments Ltd., paper, carbon 

Photographic Products of Canada, record paper 

Rectigraph Co. of Canada Ltd.. record and haloid paper 

Universit\' Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (6) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $4.77; labour, $42.86; 

material, $23.01 

Apparatus: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $21.55; material, $70.91 



1,503.00 
1,300.00 

31.60 



453.00 

850.00 

898.00 

1,400.00 



100.00 



12.33 

14.11 

665.51 

11.56 

67.39 

147.15 

327.00 

54.28 

35.66 

70.64 



92.46 



$ 8,033.69 



Electrical Building (including Mechanical Building 
and Wind Tunnel) 

Heat and Light '. $ 4,179.82 

Fuel for Experimental Plant: 

Canada Coal Ltd 36.25 

Gas, $77.36; water, $472.24 549.60 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 184.99 

Cleaning ($2,693.42): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 24.06 

E. W. Dean, overtime services 12.00 

Mrs. C. Jackson, overtime services 2.00 

R. G. McBride, overtime services 2.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 35.00 

Superintendent's Department, labour 2,618.36 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,100.27): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, repairs to blinds 26.49 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co. Ltd., repairs 12.90 

Cit\' Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Fitzgerald-Mc.Avo\-, supplving and installing snow guard 110.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $1,168.47; material, $772.41 1,940.88 

Sundries (repairs to skvlight and alterations to class room and library) 
($7,478.62): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades recovered 30.44 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., hinges 277.62 

T. Eaton Co., chairs 83.25 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., sanding floors 125.00 

Mollenhauer Contracting C(j., alterations 2,474.27 

Phinnemore Painting and Decorating Co., paintine 610.10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,071.74; material, $1,806.20 ... 3,877.94 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 129 



Caretaker, E. \V. Dean. 12 months (overtime $51.50) 1,600.00 

$ 18,822.97 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant . $4,179.82 
Credits for cleaning, gas, etc 38.00 



4,217.82 
$ 14,605.15 



Engineering Building 

Heat and Light $ 4.397.08 

Gas, $16.03; water, $165.09 181.12 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 492.62 

Cleaning ($2,375.26): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 13.68 

P. Scollick, overtime services 32.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,329.08 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,558.95): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, repairs to shades 11.47 

Phinnemore Painting and Decorating Co., painting wails 258.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,888.24; material, $401.24 2,289.48 

Caretaker: Frank Baker 12 months (overtime $94.50) 1 550.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant.. $4,397.08 
Credit for cleaning 31.00 



$ 11,555.03 
4,428.08 

Geodetic Observatory Building 

Heat and Light $ 273.37 

Water 19.80 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 25.00 

Cleaning ($200.00): 

G. Conley, overtime services 3.50 

A. G. Keel, overtime services 3.00 

D. Scollick, overtime services 7.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 186.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($206.34): 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $154.62; material, $51.72 206.34 



$ 7.126.95 



$ 724.51 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 273.37 



Mining Building (including Mill Building) 

Heat and Light $ 8,890.81 

Gas, $783.07; electric current, $240.73; water, $586.57 1,610.37 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 312.29 

Cleaning ($5,529.50): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry... 23.02 

J. Gaffney, overtime services 24.00 

White Window Cleaning Co. 30.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. , 5,4.52.48 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,666.41): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, window shades, repairs 18.44 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., mastic tile 16.86 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairing thermostat 19.65 

Mollenhaucr Contracting Co., alterations to staii 110.00 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, vacation pay stamps 25.05 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,515.47; material, $945.94 3,461.41 



451.14 



130 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Caretaker: Arthur Clarke, 12 months (overtime $54.50) = 1,750.00 

$ 21,759.38 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $8,890.81 

Receipts for use of rooms -. 35.00 

Credits for cleaning 20.00 



8,945.81 



$ 12,813.57 
$438,983.96 



IX. FACULTY OF DENTISTRY 

Salaries 

(a) Regular Staff 

A. D. A. Mason, Dean (paid also $5,000 as Professor) $ 1,000.00 

T. Cowling, Assistant Dean (paid $4,500 as Professor) 

Professors: 

A. D. A. Mason, Operative Dentistry (paid also $1,000 as Dean) 5,000.00 

T. Cowling, Dental Technology and ^Ietallurgy (also Assistant 

Dean, without salary) ' 4,500.00 

F. M. Lott, Prosthetic Dentistr\% at $5,000; on War Service; 

contribution to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity .A.ssociation 200.04 
R. G. Ellis, Operative Dentistry; also Director of Dental Clinic 
(paid also $25 for E.xtra Mural Lectures; $26 for Post Gradu- 
ate Courses and $113 for Accelerated Course) 4,500.00 

G. C. Cameron, Dental Pathologv and Bacteriology (paid also 

$9.75 for Graduate Courses) 3,000.00 

C. A. Corrigan. Orthodontics (paid also $26 for Post Graduate 

Courses and $25 for Accelerated Course) 2,500.00 

L H. Ante, Crown and Bridge Prosthesis (without salary, but paid 

for duration of War; paid also $154 for Accelerated Course 

and $50 for Extra Mural Lectures) 840.00 

E. W. Paul, Dental Surgery; also Librarian (paid also $29.25 for 

Post Graduate Courses) 720.00 

F. J. Conboy, Dental Praxis 400.00 

Associate Professors: 

R. S. Woollatt (paid also $25 for Extra Mural Lectures) 4,000.00 

H. A. Hoskin, Prosthetic Dentistrv; also Acting Head of Depart- 
ment, at $3,800 and $200 additional allowance 4,000.00 

J. H. Johnson, Dental Surgery, at $3,720 and $200 additional al- 
lowance (paid also $65 for Extra Mural Lectures and $64.25 
for Post Graduate Courses) 3,920.00 

S. M. Richardson, Radiography (paid also $9.75 for Post Gradu- 
ate Courses) 3,300.00 

L. F. Krueger, Dentistry- 1,500.00 

C. H. M. Williams, Perodontologv, half-time (paid also $143 for 

Post Graduate Courses and ^93 for Accelerated Course) 1,119.00 

F. A. Clarkson, Medicine (paid also $40 as Demonstrator in First 

Aid) 360.00 

F.E. Risden.Oral Surgery 180.00 

A. W. Ham. .\natomy; in charge of Histology (without salary; 
paid $4,750 in Faculty of Medicine and $250 in School of 
Phxsical and Health Education) 

L. A. Kilburn, Dental Praxis; at $150; on War Service 

Associates: 

Miss W. C. Riddle, Histology, Bacteriology- and Pathology 2,260.00 

Dentistn,-: 

G. H. Coram (paid also $248 for Accelerated Course) 1,760.00 

J. M. Sheldon, at $670 and $166 additional allowance 836.00 

G. D. Beierl (paid also $141 for Accelerated Course) 750.00 

W. J. S. Jackson (paid also $12 for Accelerated Course) 700.00 

R. R. Walker (paid also $82 for Accelerated Course) 670.00 

J. G. Perkin (paid also $504 for Accelerated Course) 650.00 
F. L. Cole, at $560 and $80 additional allowance (paid also 
$85 for Extra Mural Lectures and $150 for Accelerated 

Course) 640.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 131 



F. Martin (paid also $35 for Extra Mural Lectures and 

$168 for Accelerated Course) 630.00 

G. V. Morton (paid also $60 in School of Nursing and $85 

for Accelerated Course) 570.00 

W. T. Holmes (paid also $150 for Accelerated Course) 560.00 

W. L. Hugill (paid also $85 for Accelerated Course) 560.00 

P. G. Anderson (paid also $35 for Extra Mural Lectures) 540.00 

H. A. Ross (paid also $25 for Extra Mural Lectures and $81 

for Accelerated Course) 540.00 

J. H. Duff 315.00 

On War Service: 

W. D. Cavanagh at $540 

R. L. Twible at $540 

J. H. G. Harwood, at $315 

D. M. Tanner, at $50 



Preventive Dentistry: 

Miss D. F. J. Berry, at $2,000 and $100 additional allowance 
(paid also $16.25 for Post Graduate Courses and $10 for 

Accelerated Course) 2,100.00 

M. A. Cox (paid also $9.75 for Post Graduate Courses and 

$135 for Accelerated Course) 600.00 

J. Kreutzer, at $980; on War Service 

G. V. Fisk, Orthodontics (paid also $400 for Accelerated Course) 320.00 

H. K. Box, Dental Histology (paid also $3,500 in Special Research) 300.00 

W. G. Mcintosh, Periodontology, at $.540; on War Service 

G. W. Spinks, Dental Anatom\', at $700; on War Service 

Dental Public Health: 

E. A. Grant 40.00 

H. S. ThomsiDn 40.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Dr. Jessie C. Gra\-, Surgerv (paid also $1,000 in Faculty of Medi- 
cine) ' ' \ 360.00 

T. R. Marshall, Dental Praxis (paid also $25 for Extra Mural 

Lectures) 150.00 

C. C. Rous, Principles of Accounting, at $300; on War Service to 

February 28 (paid also as Secretary) 100.00 

E. J. Pratt, Special Lecturer in English (Michaelmas Term) 180.00 

John Speers, Instructor in English (Easter Term) 180.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

E. M. Rigsby, Dental Technology 240.00 

Mrs. Doris A. Secord, Principles of Accounting (paid also $336 as 

Instructor in Typewriting to Dental Nurses) 150.00 

J. M. Anderson, Physics (paid also $2,700 in Facult) of Arts) ... 140.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 
Dentistry: 

P. W. Arkle 2,000.00 

T. N. Scott, at $675 and $540 additional allowance 1,215.00 

A. M. Hord 635.00 

H. M. Robb (paid also $143 for Post Graduate Courses and 

$144 for Accelerated Course) 629.00 

H. H. Cummer (paid also $144 for Accelerated Course) 540.00 

K. R. Harris 540.00 

O. J. Yule (paid also $144 for Accelerated Course) 540.00 

M. R. Culbert 465.00 

J. B. Pepper 270.00 

R. E. Diprose (paid also $60 for Extra Mural Lectures; $35.75 

for Post Graduate Courses and $165 for Accelerated 

Course) 264.00 

W. R. Bennett 250.00 

E. E. Colley, at $342, paid from Special Funds for Accelerated 

Course 

J. D. Purves, at $270; on War Service 

H. Halderson, Orthodontics (paid also $128 for Accelerated 

Course) 480.00 

J. T. Ryan, Metallurgy 60.00 

F. A. Clarkson, First .Aid (paid also as Associate Professor) 40.00 



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No. 12 



Technicians: 

W. \'. Byrne, Dentistr\ , 10 months 

Miss I. A. Bumby, Bacteriology and Pathology- 

A. F. Fenton, Histology- (paid also $1,500 in Special Research) 

Laboratory' Attendants: 

H. Aylward, Infirmary 



Histology: 

Mrs. Mary Gratton, 8 weeks, 3 days to December 20, at $9 
per week — $76.50; resigned; Compassionate Allowance, 

$50 

Mrs. Doris G. Cornell, 13 weeks at $10 



Preventive Dentistry: 



Peter Markis 
Y. P. Ochitwa', 



each 15 weeks at $3 



2,000.00 

1,300.00 

300.00 



1,300.00 



126.50 
130.00 



45.00 
45.00 



$ 75,094.54 



(b) Infirmary Staff 

Miss J. Miller, Supervisor of Dental Nurses in Training, 10 months 

(paid also $35 for .^iccelerated Course) 1,400.00 

Nurses: 

Each for 10 months: 

Miss V. H. Broadrib (paid also $25 for Accelerated Course) 1,000.00 

Miss M. Jackson 1,000.00 

Miss A. G. Godfrev 1,000.00 

Mrs. E. Grace Mason 1,000.00 

Miss F. G. Whitehead 1,000.00 

Miss A. H. Rose, 9 months (paid also $46 for Accelerated Course) 920.00 

Each for 8 months: 

Miss L. E. Tutt (paid also $150 for Accelerated Course) 800.00 

Miss M. M. E. Robinson (paid also $150 for .Accelerated 

Course) 800.00 

Miss W. M. Leask, from April 1 (paid $560.50 for 9 months from 

Special Funds for Accelerated Course) 300.00 

Instructors to Dental Nurses (Sessional): 

Mrs. Doris A. Secord, Typewriting (paid also $150 on Regular 

Staff) 336.00 

W. G. Bennett, Correspondence (paid also in Ontario College of 

Education) 32.00 

Mrs. Louise Barraclough, Laundress, 42 weeks at $18 7.56.00 



$ 10,344.00 



(c) Office Staff 

C. C. Rous, .Secretarv, at $3,100; on War Service to February 28 (paid 

also $100 on Regular Staff) $ 1,146.67 

Miss F. A. Cook, Secretary to the Dean 2,000.00 

Miss B. McBride, Assistant to the Secretary 1,300.00 

Assistant Librarians: 

Miss Hilda Reid, at $1,100; on leave of absence 

Miss E. M. Bradley 1,200.00 

Clerks in the Secretary's Office: 

Miss H. M. Chitty 1,200.00 

Miss H. A. Dionne, from January 1 (paid also $560.50 for 6 
months, July to December, from Special Funds for Accelerat- 
ed Course) : 510.00 

Miss L. Park, Cashier, 10 months 1,400.00 

Miss P. Smith, Assistant in the Library, 22 weeks at $20 440.00 



( 



$ 9,196.67 
$ 94,635.21 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



U3 



Laboratory and Infirmary Supplies, Apparatus and Equipment 

Aikcnhead Hardware Ltd.. hardware $ 34.83 

Dr. L H. Ante, cards, slides 38.40 

.^sh Temple Co. Ltd., dental supplies 8,098.73 

Austin Dental Sftecialties. solder, wire, etc 44.55 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., repairs, microscope 296.75 

Burke Electric X-Ray Co. Ltd., view box, etc 34.00 

Canadian Cellucotton Ltd., kleenex 13.74 

Canadian Hanson and \'an Winkle Co., whiting, pumice 5L30 

L. D. Caulk Co. of Canada Ltd., chemicals, etc. 373.10 

Central Sk:ientific Co.. apparatus, chemicals, etc. 313.29 

A. .A. Cockburn. towels 53.78 

Columbia Dentoform Corporation, dentoforms, etc 249.31 

Commercial Photoprints Ltd.. Photostats 5B.21 

Corbett-Cowle\" Ltd., laboratory coats 354.77 

Denco (Ontario) Ltd., dental supplies 333.70 

Dental Products Corporation, dental supplies 485.09 

Dominion Dental Co. Ltd., dental supplies 918.68 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, repairs, developer, etc 1.523.12 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., soap, tumblers, uniforms, etc 133.98 

Grand and Toy Ltd., stapler, book 19.14 

Ed. Green Dental Supplies Ltd., dental supplies 396.37 

Hague and Hague, laboratory coats 11.00 

J. F. Hartz Co. Ltd.. chemicals, needles, etc 341.87 

Ingram and Bell Ltd.. rubber gloves, tray, etc. 97.66 

Interlake Tissue Mills, pap)er napkins 189.00 

J. W. Ivory, soldering pliers 14.78 

Johnson and Johnson Ltd., bandages etc 158.90 

Johnson Matthe\ Co., mattenlay, etc 2,384.40 

Kelvinator of Canada Ltd.. coil 269.00 

Keystone Electric Ltd.. fans 88.20 

M. Larson Co. Inc., larco 15.84 

Miss G. Lewis, printing cards 19.50 

S. McCord and Co.. plaster of paris. etc 109.12 

National Drug and Chemical Co., chemicals 114.04 

National Refining Co. Ltd, dental supplies 4,464.55 

Ofifice Specialt}- Mfg. Co., desk, cases, etc. 184.25 

Photographic Ser\"ice. enlargements, slides, etc 87.16 

Proctor and Gamble Co., soap 72.03 

Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush Co., brushes 24.00 

E. M. Rigby, punch press 32.50 

Ella Skinner, uniforms 632.24 

P. N. Sodden and Co., silex mesh 12.00 

.Starkman Chemists, chemicals 12.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Co., rental of typewriters 306.00 

University of Toronto Engineering Societ\". paper 28.60 

X'ictor X-Ra\ Corporation of Canada Ltd., X-Ray equipment 14.25 

S. S. White Co. of Canada Ltd., dental supplies 1,384.64 

Whitex Surgical Supply, dental him mounts 22.00 

Williams Gold Refining Co., wire, metal, etc 1,113.66 

Universitv Press, stationerv, printing 862.23 

Accounts under $10.00 (17) 87.15 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Laundr>-, $208.97: supplies, $41.99; sundries, $21.33 

Superintendent's Depart., freight, $41.55; labour. $1,153.27; materia!, 

$889.28 



272.29 
2,084.10 
$ 29.331.80 



Less credits: Laboratory deposits $ 

Charged to Dominion Government Grant 
Dentistry- Accelerated Course 



1 ,662.09 



1,514.94 



3,177.03 



$ 26,154.77 



General Expenses 
Stationery printing calendar, ofifice supplies and incidentals ($1,687.94): 

J. A. .-Mian lettering $ 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., paper 



50.00 
17.50 



134 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Postage 233.00 

Remington Rand Ltd., feed rolls 33.50 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service 76.10 

Miss Phylis Smith, engrossing 10.00 

Students' Administrative Council, convocation reception 54.00 

Universit\" Press, printing, stationer\' 1,165.23 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) .' 33.87 

Sundr\' disbursements b\' Secretary- 
Sundries, $5.11; postage, $1.37; telephone, $3.77; carfare, 

$3.75; telegrams, $0.74 14.74 

Extra-Mural lectures, Ontario ($495.00): 

P. G. Anderson 35.00 

I. H. Ante 50.00 

F. L. Cole ■ 85.00 

R. E. Diprose 60.00 

R. G. Ellis 65.00 

J. H. Johnson ,.: ...., 65.00 

T. R. Marshall : 25.00 

Frank Martin •... ; 35.00 

H. A. Ross 25.00 

C. H. M. Williams 25.00 

R S. Woollatt 25.00 

American Association of Dental Schools, dues 75.00 

2,257.94 



Less credits: Royal College of Dental Surgeons, account of 

extra-mural lectures 195.00 



$ 2,062.94 



Post Graduate Courses 

Instructors ($892.00): 

Miss D. F. J. Berrv $ 16.25 

H. K. Box ' 143.00 

J. W. Brennan 15.00 

G. C. Cameron 9.75 

C. A. Corrigan 26.00 

M. A. Cox 9.75 

R. E. Diprose 35.75 

R. G. Ellis 26.00 

J. W. Graham 16.25 

Jessie C. Gray 15.00 

J. H. Johnson 64.25 

S. A. MacGregor 39.00 

E. W. Paul 29.25 

S. M. Richardson 9.75 

H. M. Robb 143.00 

George Teuscher 125.00 

J. C."^Watt 16.25 

E. A. White 9.75 

C. H. M. Williams 143.00 

Sundry expenses ($107.65) : 

T. Eaton Co., soap, brushes, etc . 18.79 

J. F. Hartz Co., slide boxes, needles, etc 50.56 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., transfer cases 19.80 

E. M. Rigsby, punch press, dies 12.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 6.50 



$ 999.65 



Dental Building 

Fuel: 

Canada Coal Co. Ltd $ 2,048.53 

Gas, $301.85; electric current, $2,273.46; water, $390.67 2,965.98 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Depart., material 578.42 

Cleaning and Fireman ($3,879.14): 

White Window Cleaning Co 50.00 

Superintendent's Depart., labour 3,829.14 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 135 



Repairs and Renewals ($2,413.26): 

\Vm. Bartlett and Son, shades recovered 173.05 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs 7.14 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Mclntyre and Taylor, castings 35.61 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, vacation pay stamps 12.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,432.36; material, $743.10 2.175.46 

Caretaker: VV. Graham, 12 months (overtime $14.50) 1,600.00 



$ 13,180.33 
$137,337.90 



X. F.ACULTY OF HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE 

Salaries 

(a) Household Science: 

Miss J. B. Brodie, Professor (with rooms, heat and light valued at 

$280) $ 4,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

Miss A. C. Willard; resigned June 30 3,500.00 

Miss E. W. Park 3,000.00 

Miss J. .S. Roberts, at $2,600; on War Service; contribution 

to Teachers' Insurance and .'\nnuity Association 130.08 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Mrs. Enid H. Smith 2,100.00 

Miss A. Grant 2,200.00 

Miss D. M. Lindsley 2,100.00 

Miss H. R. Coatsworth (part-time) 1,200.00 

Miss F. P. Kennedy, Research Assistant (Sessional) 1,000.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss M. H. Graydon 900.00 

Miss Isobel Park (part-time) 900.00 

(b) Food Chemistry: 

Dr. C. C. Benson, Professor and Secretary of Facultv (with 

rooms, heat and light valued at $280); retired June 30 4,200.00 

Miss E. I. Walker, Assistant Professor 2,200.00 

Mrs. Jean R. Butterfteld. Lecturer (Sessional) 1,850.00 

Mrs. Edith A. Nicholson, Instructor (Sessional) 1,350.00 

Miss M. Rutland, Assistant (Sessional) 1,000.00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss E. E. Cross, 10 months 1,200.00 

Mrs. Carolvn Flinn, part-time, at $40 per month; September 

15 to June 30 380.00 



$ 21,230.08 



12,180.00 



$ 33,410.08 
Charged to Massey Treble Bequest 3,000.00 



$ 30,410.08 



Household Science 

Laboratory Supplies, including food, material, fuel for cooking, etc. 
($1,903.30): 

Acme Farmers Dairy Ltd., milk, etc. $ 163.56 

Canadian Laboratory- Supplies, chemicals, apparatus 431.68 

T. Eaton Co., flannel, boilers, etc 148.76 

G. A. Hardie and Co. Ltd., towels 15.55 

A. W. Hockridge, cups, etc 14.20 

Lever Bros., soap flakes 22.00 

Marshall's Co. Ltd., eggs 117.15 

National Grocers Co., provisions 121.78 

J. and W. R. Scott, groceries, meat 789.99 

Robert Simpson Co., glasses, bowls, etc 26.19 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 12.39 

Superintendent's Dept., material 40.05 



136 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Laboratory' Attendance ($1,617.00): 

Mrs. Janet Jackson, 43 weeks 731.00 

Mrs. Alice Steeds, 31 weeks 155.00 

Mrs. E. Stroud, 43 weeks 731.00 

Equipment and incidentals ($133.81): 

Frigidaire Products of Canada, service 25.00 

Thos. Pocklington Ltd., repairs to balances 45.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 14.75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $45.12; material, $3.94 49.06 

Books and special equipment ($662.00): 

Canadian Laundry Machinery Co. Ltd., padding, cloths, etc 42.11 

Lindsay's flowers 16.25 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., sewing cabinets, etc $ 199.32 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, book 12.39 

University Press, binding, etc 35.12 

Accounts'under $10.00 (20) 98.65 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $3.08; labour, $45.91; 

material $34.17 83.16 

$ 4,141.11 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $ 372.62 

Charged to Massey Treble Bequest . 579.00 

951.62 

___ $ 3,189.49 

Food Chemistry 
Maintenance ($1,008.41): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc $ 123.60 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware 322.37 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 26.64 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., table, towelling 43.10 

Thos. Pocklington Ltd., overhauling balances 42.50 

Perrin-Turner Ltd., ecjuipment 194.00 

University Press, V)ooks, labels, etc 36.78 

Accounts'under $10.00 (9) 37.05 

Sundry disbursements by department, stationery, $4.00; supplies, 

$26.47; sundries, $9.88; hardware, $14.65 . ' 55.00 

.Superintendent's Dept., freight, $4.68; labour, $48.28; material, 

$74.41 127.37 

Laboratory Attendance ($1,183.40): 

Mrs. R. Berry, 28I3 weeks 212.90 

Mrs. Mary McFadden, 12 weeks 78.00 

Miss L Scott, 42i§ weeks 892.50 

$ 2,191.81 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits 160.00 



$ 2,031.81 



General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, office supplies and incidentals: 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., ink, paper, etc $ 21.94 

Postage 15.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 2.10 

L. C. .Smith and Corona Typewriters of Canada, ribbons, etc 14.40 

Students' Administrative Council, Torontonensis 10.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 195.85 

Sundry disbursements bv Secretary: postage, $4.35; supplies, 

$5.65 ' ." .- 10.00 



$ 269.29 



Household Science Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,186.66 

Gas, $205.07; water, $283.64; fuel, $31.54 520.25 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 159.22 

Cleaning: 

Superintendent's Dept., laljour 2,264.68 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 137 



Repairs and Renewals ($1,029.47): 

Art Wire and Iron Co., gate 407.00 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades recovered 9.49 

City Treasurer, license for elevator $ 5.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairs 24.51 

White Window Cleaning Co 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $519.91; material, $198.56 718.47 

Sundries ($810.58): 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs, tiling 184.40 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., surfacing floors 100.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $393.89; material, $132.29 526.18 

Caretaker (with rooms, heat and light valued at $420.00): 

A. J. Maycock, 12 months (overtime $10.50) 1,350.00 



Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power 

Plant $ 4,186.66 

Charged to Massey Treble Bequest 985.58 

Received from Dental Nursing for use of gymnasium 4.00 
Sundry credits for cleaning 101.00 



$ 10,495.86 



5,277.24 



XI. FACULTY OF FORESTRY 
Salaries 

G. G. Cosens, Professor and Dean of Faculty : 

Salarv (including $500 additional for Ontario 

Forest Ranger Course) $ 6,500.00 

Expenses 300.00 



6,800.00 
Professors : 

J.H.White 5,500.00 

T. W. Dwight, at $4,600 and $383.33 additional for Ontario Forest 

Ranger Course 4,983.33 

R. C. Hosie, Associate Professor, at $4,200 and $350 additional for 

Ontario Forest Ranger Course 4,550.00 

F. S. Newman, Special Lecturer 25.00 

Miss G. McAree, Secretary 1,500.00 



$ 23,358.33 

Less paid by Provincial Government 1,233.33 

Maintenance 

Apparatus and Laboratory Supplies ($1,316.70): 

Ashley and Crippen Ltd., prints $ 12.00 

Central Scientific Co., Riker mounts, etc 321.20 

Freeland Studio, prints 18.00 

Hertz Drivurself Stations of Ontario Ltd., rental of car 54.16 

Ingam and Bell Ltd., gloves, laboratory coats 11.09 

Photographic Service, plates, negatives, etc 21.15 

Universitv Press, binding, printing, etc ; 66.57 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 12.10 

Sundry disbursements by department: hardware, $6.19; sundries, 

$7.54; supplies, $8.26 21.99 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $28.65; labour, $461.70; material, 

$288.09 778.44 

Office supplies, printing, calendar, postage and incidentals ($414.45): 

Photographic Service, prints, etc 30.17 

Postage 75.00 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 243.17 

Accounts'under $10.00 (3) 12.26 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $32.54; material, $21.31 53.85 



$ 5,218.62 
$ 41,119.29 



$ 22,125.00 



138 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Practice Camp supplies, travel, etc. ($463.99): 
Travelling Expenses: 

R. C. Hosie : 66.95 

T. W. Dwight 222.02 

.'\rt Metropole, rules '. 33.67 

Keuffel and Esser Co., calipers, graduated beams 49.42 

Universitv of Toronto Engineering Societ}', notebooks 19.20 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2) 11.80 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $10.30; material, $50.63 60.93 

Collecting material for Class Work: 

Central Scientific Co., Riker mounts, petri dishes 100.00 

Laboratory- Assistance ($164.59): 

W. C. Fountain, 29 hours 18.45 

R. .Schafer, 145^ hours 94.13 

V. P. \'an Vlymen, 80 hours 52.01 

$ 2,459.73 

Less: Paid bv Provincial Government 450.85 

$ 2,008.88 

Forestry Building 

Heat and Light $ 1,369.97 

Gas, $9.39; water, $8.58 17.97 

Caretaker's .Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material ,._, 74.66 

Cleaning ($517.78): 

.Allen Mfg. Co., laundry _ 4.30 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 513.48 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $158.76; material, $63.57 222.33 

Caretaker: 

E. G. Payne, 12 months 1,700.00 



$ 3,902.71 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 1,369.97 



$ 2,532.74 
$ 26,666.62 



XIL FACULTY OF MUSIC 

Salaries 

Sir Ernest MacMillan, Dean, honorarium $ 500.00 

Professors: 

Healey Willan, at $4,000 of which $2,000 paid by Toronto Con- 
servatory of Music 2,000.00 

Leo Smith 1,500.00 

J. Leland Richardson, Carillonneur 650.00 

Miss A. MacGillivray, Secretary (paid also $2,300 as Secretarv to the 

President) 300.00 

$ 4,950.00 
Less paid from Special Grant 500.00 



Maintenance 

Printing, calendar, postage and incidentals: 

Postage $ 56.64 

University Press, stationery 4.75 



$ 4,450.00 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 139 

Special 

Grant to Toronto Conservatory of Music $ 500.00 

500,00 



XIII. SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES 

Salaries 

Deans, at $1,000: 

G. S. Brett, ob. October 27 (paid also at $6,000 in Faculty of 

Arts) $ 333.33 

Andrew Hunter, from March 1 (paid also $7,000 in Faculty of 

Medicine) 333.34 

Miss N. MacKenzie, Secretary 2,400.00 

Miss J. Gordon, Assistant ' •. 1,000.00 



Maintenance 

Stationerv', office supplies, calendar, postage and incidentals: 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cards $ 18.70 

Postage 100.00 

Miss Ethel Ridge, Secretariat, Board of Examiners for Professional 

Degrees, $50.00; expenses, $1.18 51.18 

Robbins and Tovvnsend, typewriter service, ribbons 5.40 

Universitx' Press, stationery, calendar, etc. 409.27 



XIV SCHOOL OF LAW 
(.\lso in Faculty of Arts, without Salary) 

VV. P. M. Kennedy, Dean and Professor of Constitutional Law (paid 

also $250 from University Press) $ 6,000.00 

Professors: 

F. C. Auld. Jurisprudence 4,700.00 

Jacob Finkelman, Administrative and Industrial Law (paid also 

$12.50 for Extension Work) 4,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

J. E. M. Hancock, resigned June 30 2,500.00 

B. Laskin, resigned June 30 2,500.00 

G. D. Kennedy, Lecturer (Sessional) 1,500.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional; without Salary): 

Dr. Sidney Smith (paid as Executive .Assistant to the President 

and Principal of University College) 

H. G. Fox, Industrial Property 

K. G. Gray, Criminal Law and Criminolog\'; resigned October 5 .... 



$ 5,011.39 



$ 4,066.67 



$584.55 
$ 4,651.22 



$ 21,400.00 



Maintenance 

Office and Classroom Supplies: 






Postage 

Universit>- Press, stationery, books, etc. 


$ 


90.00 
109.06 

100 Ofi 






$ 21,599.06 



140 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



XV. SCHOOL OF CHINESE STUDIES 
Salaries 

Rt. Rev. VV. C. White, Director and Professor (paid also $2,000 in 
Royal Ontario Museum) $ 

L. C. Walmsley, Lecturer (Sessional; part-time) 

Miss H. E. Fernald, Special Lecturer, at $L200 from November 10 
(paid also at $1,300 in Royal Ontario Museum) 

Instructors (Sessional): 

F. Y. S. Tseng; also Research Assistant (paid also $300 in Faculty 

of Arts) 

Mrs. Ruth Watts (paid also $250 for Extension Work) 

Research Assistants (Sessional; without Salary): 

Miss S. F. Ch'eh; also Instructor 

C. C. Scovil (paid $500 in Faculty of Arts) 



2,500.00 
1,200.00 

770.00 



900.00 
900.00 



$ 6,270.00 



Maintenance 

Supplies, etc.: 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd. stencils 

Universitv Press, stationerx , printing 

Accounts'under $10.00 (12) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



$ 62.05 

136.75 

39.06 

2.53 


240.39 






$ 6,510.39 



XVL SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 



Salaries 

H. M. Cassidy, Director: 

Salary, 6 months, from January to June $ 3,000.00 

Honorarium .500.00 

Expenses 2,500.00 

S K. JafTary, Associate Professor, at $3,900 and $150 additional 
allowance (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) 

Miss A. C. McGregor, Assistant Director and Assistant Professor 

Miss B. M. Finlavson, Assistant Professor and Supervisor of Case 
Work ; 

Dr. Margaret Strong, Lecturer, Psychiatric Social Work, Michaelmas 
Term 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

M. Chater 

Dr. Gwen Mulock (paid also $3,000 in Health Service) 

Miss B. L. Bell 

Miss I. .Allen 

Miss M. Bell 

Miss D. Hobden 

R. E. Mills 

Miss A. F. Carver 

Miss M. Fleming 

Miss L. Gates 

Miss N. Lea 

Lionel Scott , 

A. Sim 

Miss B. Touzel 

Instructors in Case Work (Sessional): 

Miss D. Wilensky (paid also $150 for E.xtension Work) 

Miss G. Nichols, Easter Term 

Miss C. Emery, Michaelmas Term 

Miss E. B. Bambridge, Secretary-Librarian 

Mrs. Helen McQuarrie, Office Assistant, from September 1, at $17.75 

and $19 per week 



$ 6,000.00 



4,050.00 
3,400.00 

2,800.00 

300.00 



300.00 
150.00 
150.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 



400.00 

250.00 

150.00 

1,600.00 

795.43 



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Stenographers (Temporary): 

Mrs. Lillian Kav !^ 18o.75 

Mrs. Gladys Cranston 21.00 

Mrs. Jean Evans 12.35 

Mrs. Eleanor Small 12.25 

Miss I. Mendizabel 3.00 



$ 21,119.78 



Maintenance 

Office Supplies, printing, calendar, postage and incidentals ($985.10): 

.\merican .Association of Schools of Social Work, membership dues $ 111.28 

Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams 36.21 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 13.74 

Coles Ltd., catering 72.00 

Johnson Office Furniture Co., chair 12.00 

National Committee of Canadian Schools of Social Work, fee 10.00 

Postage 197.55 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 14.30 

Students' Administrative Council, advertising 10.00 

Universitv Press, stationerv, calendar, etc. 397.23 

.Accounts'under $10.00 (3)' ^ 9.46 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: periodicals and stationery, 

$i6.34; supplies, $4.44; sundries, $15.02; telegrams, $3.78; 

postage, $1.92 41.50 

Superintendent's Dept., phone, $27.28: freight, $11.30; labour, 

$18.72; material, $2.53 . 59.83 

Departmental Library ($275.03): 

Robert Brunner, books $ 40.14 

Clarke Irwin and Co., books 10.62 

Family Welfare Association of America, books 10.75 

New Republic, subscription : 18.12 

Ryerson Press, books 14.60 

Superintendent of Documents, subscriptions 11.32 

Universit\' Press, printing, books 55.88 

Accounts'under $10.00 (31) 113.60 

Alterations and Furnishings ($1,434.47): 

Wm. Bartlett and .Son, shades 13.97 

Bay Salvage Ltd., desks, etc 181.00 

Alex. Campbell, frames 14.50 

Canadian Handicrafts Guild Ltd., hooked rug 12. .50 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., chintz, chairs, mirror, etc 397.16 

Grand and To>' Ltd., filing cabinets 133.80 

Johnson Office Furniture Co., chair 12.00 

Remington Rand Ltd., typewriter 139.73 

John Smith, slip covers, cushions recovered 14.00 

-Accounts under $10.00 (2) 7.S9 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $368.97; material, $1-38.95 507.92 

Travelling E.xpenses ($218.82): 

Dr. H. M. Cassidy 174.56 

Miss Muriel McLauchlin 44.26 



$ 2,913.42 
Less credit: Sale of material 2.00 



XVir. SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Salaries 

Miss E. K. Russell, Director and Professor $ 3,800.00 

Miss F. H. M. Emory, .Associate Director and .Associate Professor . 3,200.00 

.Assistant Professors: 

Miss W. L. Chute; also .Assistant Director and .Secretary 2, .500.00 



$ 2.911.42 
$ 24,031.20 



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No. 12 



Miss N. D. Fidler; also Supervisor of Graduate Courses in Teach- 
ing and Supervision 2,500.00 

Miss M. B. Millman; also Supervisor of Public Health Field 

Work 2,500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss A. E. Reid 2,100.00 

Miss M. J. Wilson; also Clinical Instructor, with living allowance 

valued at $400 1,800.00 

Miss H. A. Bennett, at $2,100 from September 1 1,750.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

Mrs. F. Lauchland, at $2,000 from September 1 1,666.67 

Miss M. I. Tresidder, at $1,500; from September 1 1,250.00 

Mrs. Edith R. Will, February 1 to May 31 500.00 

Clinical Instructors in Nursing (Sessional): 

Miss J. E. Allen, with living allowance valued at $400 1,582.00 

Miss L. Thordarson, with living allowance valued at $400 . 1,440.00 

Miss D. K. Duff, at $1,200 to Augsut 31, at $1,320 from Septem- 
ber 1; with living allowance valued at $280 1,300.00 

Miss D. I. Patterson, Dietitian-Housekeeper, with living allowance 

valued at $400 1,500.00 

Supervisor of Health and Residence Nurse: 

Miss N. K. C. Kenney, at $1,080 and living allowance valued at 

$400; on War Service; contribution to Pension Fund 96.00 

Miss S. M. Donchuk, from September 1; with living allowance 

valued at $400 900.00 

Mrs. Margaret Monkhouse, Assistant Secretary 1,500.00 

Mrs. A. E. Jacobsen, Librarian, at $1,000 from September 1 to Decem- 
ber 31; at $1,320 from January 1 993.34 

Secretarial Assistants: 

Mrs. Lilian M. Clarkson 1,200.00 

Miss D. S. Livingstone, at $1,056 from August 1 968.00 

Miss R. V. McDermott, at $1,080; resigned April 30 900.00 

Miss D. J. Stacev, at $1,080 from April 1 270.00 

Mrs. Gladys Adams, 1 month at $80, 2 weeks at $17.50 115.00 

Miss M. Hill, part-time, June 37.50 

$ 36,368.51 

Less paid from Special Grant 2,500.00 

$ 33,868.51 



Special Teaching 

Hospitals and Public Health Organizations ($1,855.00): 

Boards of Health (17) 

Canadian Red Cross Society 

Chatham Public Hospital 

Hospital for Sick Children 

Jewish Family Welfare Bureau 

Neighbourhood Workers Association 

Nicholls Hospital Trust 

Oshawa General Hospital 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 

St. Elizabeth Visiting Nurses Association 

St. Michael's Hospital 

Toronto General Hospital 

Toronto Western Hospital 

Victorian Order of Nurses 

Women's College Hospital 

Critic Teachers in City Schools, for practice teaching purposes 
($915.00): 

Board of Education, Toronto 

Separate School Board, Toronto 

University Departments and Special Lecturers ($4,322.09): 

Department of Psychology 

School of Hygiene , 



320.00 

85.00 

25.00 

75.00 

15.00 

45.00 

25.00 

25.00 

25.00 

55.00 

210.00 

215.00 

190.00 

445.00 

100.00 



880.00 
35.00 



500.00 
200.00 



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Special Lecturers: 

Harvey Agnew $ 15.00 

Gordon Bates 20.00 

K. S. Bernhardt 410.00 

Clarence Brink 40.00 

W. E. Brown 10.00 

C. F. Cannon 20.00 

Miss E. de V. Clark 15.00 

J. H. Couch 30.00 

W. H. Crosbie 30.00 

Miss E. Cryderman 10.00 

J. G. Cunningham 10.00 

D. M. Davidson 10.00 

M. J. Davis 20.00 

H. A. Dixon 15.00 

J. H. Ebbs ! 20.00 

George Edmunds 20.00 

H. E. Elborn 90.00 

Miss A. Filmore 116.86 

Miss A. Grant 125.98 

Jessie C. Gray 115.00 

MissT. Green 10.00 

Mrs. Alice Hall 20.00 

R. Hamilton 10.00 

B. Hannah 50.00 

H. M. Harrison 10.00 

MissE. Hickey v '. 20.00 

C. E. Hill : 10.00 

Mrs. \'. J. Ignatieff 10.00 

S. K. Jaffarv 10 00 

J. F. A. Johnston 10.00 

Miss M. Ketchum :... 25.00 

Miss J. Kniselev 25.00 

Mrs. W. R. Laughlan 40.00 

D. M. Low 30.00 

Mrs. D. M. MacLachlan 16.00 

W. B. McClure 100.00 

Miss Frances McNallv 200.00 

Miss E. F. Moore ^ 25.00 

D. V. Morton 60.00 

Miss Lillian Oliver 10.00 

Trevor Owen ?: 115.00 

Miss M. Palk 35.00 

J. T. Phair 40.00 

C. E. Phillips 220.00 

A. R. Riddell 10.00 

MissG. Sharpe 10.00 

Shaw's Business Schools 283.20 

N. Silverthorne 30.00 

C. E. Snelling 30.00 

C. E. Strothers 10.00 

R. W. L Urquhart : 10.00 

W. L. Valens 150.00 

H. B. Van Wycke 100.00 

Norma Ford Walker 300.00 

Miss S. A. Wallace 30.00 

Mrs. Edith R. Will 232.00 

Miss Muriel Winter 30.00 

D. E. S. Wishart 15.00 

Mrs. F. E. Woodcock 90.00 

Sundry Persons (9) 48.05 



$ 7,092.09 



School Maintenance 

Office supplies, printing, postage and incidentals ($2,919.45): 

Bay Salvage Co., desk, chair, etc $ 232.00 

Canadian National Telegraphs 13.80 

Canadian Pacific Railwa\', telegrams 14.03 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., stencils, paper 107.80 

Grand and Toy, folders, guides, etc 39.40 



144 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Postage 

Remington Rand, 2 new t>pewriters, $431.33; space bar, $2.00 

Robbins and Townsend, t>pe\vriter service, ribbons 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts'under 810.00 (6) 



Clerical Assistance: 

Mrs. Gladys .Adams, 319 nios, 5 weeks 

Miss D. S. Li\-ingstone, 2 mos.. 4 hrs 

Mrs. R. Pollard, 3 days 

Miss D. Joan Stacey, 28 weeks 

Sundry disbursements bv Secretar\': stationery, $32.73; telephone, 

$9.28; telegrams, $8.67; sundries, $8.12 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone 

Classroom equipment and supplies, library and advertising ($1,687.90) : 

\Vm. Bartlett, shades 

Canadian Nurse, advertising, subscription 

C. C. Crawford, book 

Enterprise-Bulletin Presses, Ltd., advertising 

Evening Telegram, advertising 

General Films, sound projector 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 

J. F. Hartz Co., thermometers, forceps, etc 

Ingram and Bell, doll $180.00 trays, coats, etc., $76.37 

H. McCormick, repairing skeleton 

MacMillan Co., books, subscriptions 

Maternity Centre Association, books 

Robert Simpson Co., flashlights, etc 

Toronto .Star, advertising 

-Accounts under $10.00 (29) 

Sundry disbursements bv Secretar\-: books and periodicals 

$il.o4; supplies, $9.52'; sundries, $3.91 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $4.38; labour, $22.74; material, 

$3.84 

Graduation E.xpenses and Fellowship Payments ($93.81): 

Birks Ellis Rvrie, pins 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) $ 

Travelling and Entertainment, etc., examination of Domestic Staff 
($492.94): 

Miss F. H. Emory, travelling expenses 

Dr. J. Gilbert Falconer, professional services 

Miss N. Fidler, travelling expenses 

Miss M. B. Millman, trav-elliung expenses 

Charles Peaker, musical leadership 

Mrs. Alice Rourke, musical assistance 

Miss E. K. Russell, travelling expenses, luncheons 

Dr. Emerson Stow, professional services 

Women's College Hospital, X-Ra>' 

Refunds of Fees and Residence Dues ($354.00): 

Miss E. A. Bergman 

Miss .-\nne Jack 

Mrs. I. Jewel 

Miss J. E. Lindsay 

Miss B. E. Stork 

Mrs. A. A. Torrence 



248.50 
433.33 

40.15 
919.70 

25.91 

96.28 

77.40 

15.00 

576.24 

58.80 
21.11 



49.79 
20.15 
14.70 
59.89 
38.38 

491.00 
36.49 

440.35 

256.37 
15.00 
12.19 
21.24 
21.66 
43.96 

110.80 

24.97 
30.96 

84.38 
9.43 



70.27 
25.00 
46.42 

132.25 
50.00 
15.00 

137.00 

5.00 

12.00 

20.00 
99.00 
15.00 
66.00 
82.00 
72.00 



$ 5,548.10 



Residence Maintenance 

Residence Physician: 

Dr. J. G. Falconer $ 200.00 

Wages, food, laundry and miscellaneous ($25,134.31): 

Pav list, wages of maids, etc 9,371.70 

Barker Bredin Bakeries 399.04 

F. W. Bateman, renovating chairs 10.00 

Berkel Products Co., repairs to dicer, etc 47.00 

Canadian General Electric, heater, cord 19.70 

Christie Brown and Co., biscuits 86.77 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



145 



Club Coffee Co., coffee, tea 

Consumers' Gas Co., rental 

Diversay Corporation (Canada), diversay deluxe 

Donlands Dairy Ltd 

Eastern Rug Cleaning Co 

T. Eaton Co., towels, pillows, toaster, etc 

F. Frendt, exterminating 

Gibson's Cleaners, cleaning drapes... 

H. J. Heinz Co., canned goods 

Hobart Manufacturing Co.. repairs to mixer : 

Hospital and Kitchen Equipment, repairs to steamer 

Houghton's Silversmith, repairs 

Earl Hubbard, honey < 

Ideal Window Cleaners 

Ingram and Bell, chemicals, soap, etc 

Jane Fruit Market, fruit and vegetables 

Kraft Cheese, cheese 

McGillivray Chemical Co., chemicals 

Marshall Co.. butter, cheese ;....; 

S. A. Monk, bulbs _... , 

National Grocers Co., provisions 

Wm. Neilson. ice cream 

Ocean Chemical, fumigation 

Parkdale Laundry 

Porter and Black, eggs 

Shell Oil Co. of Canada, polish, etc 

Robert Simpson Co., dishes ; 

Silverwood's Dairy 

Slichter Ltd., plants, flowers 

Standard Brands Ltd., coffee 

St. Lawrence Fish Market, fish 

X'ictoria Paper and Twine, paper 

John H. VVickson, meat, eggs 

Wonder Bakeries, bread 

G. H. Wood and Co.. paper cups, covers, etc 

-Accounts under $10.00 (11) 

Sundry disbursements b\' Secretar\': provisions, $218.94; sta- 
tionery and drugs, $19.09; hardware. $17.90; sundries, $9.32 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $38.96; material, $83.29 

Furnishings ($3,114.42): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, awnings, etc 

Dominion Furniture, table 

T. Eaton Co., chairs, rugs, lamps, etc. 



245.25 
22.00 

130.99 

349.90 

76.52 

1,088.70 

25.00 

16.20 

251.09 
41.55 
12.64 
12.50 
30.80 
18.00 
76.18 
3,061.45 

181.98 

69.12 

99.44 

31.75 

1,274.64 

308.79 

250.00 
1,058.17 

558.16 
17.07 
26.74 
1,602.64 
13.60 
92.93 

41.5.74 
54.50 
3,165.58 
10.40 
68.31 
54.27 

265.25 
122.25 



46.21 

25.00 

3,043.21 



$ 28,448.73 



Registered Nurses Association 

Special Lecturers ($446.55): 

K. S. Bernhardt $ 20.00 

W. E. Blatz 10.00 

Alan Brown 10.00 

J. M. Brown 29.85 

R. Coldham :..: 18.60 

J. A. Dunfield 13.85 

H. E. Elborn ; 40.00 

H. E. Etherington 22.95 

S. N. Everett 16.55 

E. Ferguson 15.65 

E. Fothergill 10.05 

G. M. Garnet 12.95 

G. Hill 18.85 

C. Mac.Arthur 20.60 

N. MacLean 11.60 

Miss E. L. Moore 20.00 

Miss A. Nicolle 10.00 

Dr. D. S. Puffer 10.00 

Miss P. Roberts 10.00 

W. A. Scott 10.00 

Sundrv Persons (27) : 115.05 



146 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Clerical Assistance: 

Mrs. G. Adams 45.00 

Office Supplies: 

Miss E. K. Russell 8.45 

$ 500.00 



Library Fund 

Advance in connection with the Library, Rockefeller School of Nursing 400.00 

Contingencies 

(Nothing Spent) 

Maintenance of Buildings 

No. 7 Queen's Park: 

Fuel: Department of Public Works $ 1,200.00 

Gas, $286.74; electric current, $325.16; water, $167.80 779.70 

Caretaker's Supplies: Superintendent's Dept., material 189.12 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,121.13): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundrv 11.42 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1 ,880.02; material, $1,229.69 3,109.71 

Sundries: Bell Telephone Co., service 548.10 

Caretaker: T. Marriott, 12 mos 1,550.00 

$ 7,388.05 



85 Grenville Street (Rented): 

Fuel: P. Burns and Co $ 14.00 

Gas, $480.96; electric current, $35.09; water, $24.77 540.82 

Caretaker's Supplies: Superintendent's Dept., material 47.94 

Repairs and Renewals ($427.58) : 

Consumers' Gas Co., water heater 120.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $126.14; material, $181.44 .. 307.58 

Rent Residence— Anne.x: Mrs. M. C. H. Raine 1,200.00 

Sundries: Bell Telephone Co., service , 96.60 



Portable Building: 

Board of Education, transporting portable building to the Uni- 
versity $ 2.243.43 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $180.38; material, $69.62 250.00 

Caretaker's Supplies: Superintendent's Dept., material 9.98 



$ 2,326.94 



$ 2,503.41 
$ 88,075.83 



XVIII. SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION 

Salaries 

Administration 

E. S. Ryerson, Director (paid $500 as Professor of Health Assess- 
ment and Promotion and $5,350 in Faculty of Medicine) . 

MissC. H Layton, Secretary $ 1,750.00 

Temporary Clerical Assistants: 

Miss M. Clemmens, 4 hours at $1.00 per hour 4.00 

Mrs. Hazel Heslop, 14''2 hours at 65c per hour 9.43 

Mrs. Isabel Macdonald, 24 hours at 65c per hour 15.60 

Mrs. Alice Ramsay, 184 hours at 65c per hour 119.61 

Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner, 24 hours at 50c per hour 12.00 

Functional Anatomy: 
Associate Professors: 

H. A. Gates (paid also $4,200 in Faculty of Medicine) 800.00 

A. W. Ham (paid also $4,750 in Faculty of Medicine) 250.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 147 



R. K. George, Assistant Professor (paid also $3,250 in Faculty of 

Medicine) 250.00 

H. D. Ball, Assistant (paid also $500 in Faculty of Medicine) 250.00 

Prosectors : 

W. G. Tobin 75.00 

R. S. Sheppard 33.00 

W. R. Mitchell 33.00 

R. P. McCaffrey 12.00 

J. E. Fenn 10.00 

Applied Physiology: 

R. E. Haist, Assistant Professor (paid also $2,000 in Faculty of 

Medicine and $400 in School of Hygiene) ' 1,400.00 

Mrs. E. Jean Pugh, Demonstrator (paid also $200 from Medical 

Best Fund and $500 from Special Funds) 500.00 

Health Assisessment and Promotion: 

E. S. Ryerson, Professor (also Director without Salary) 500.00 

Special Lecturers (15) 225.00 

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine: 

A. M. Goulding, Lecturer (paid also $1,044 in Faculty of Medicine) 150.00 

Miss G. Mickle, Class Assistant (paid also $1,200 in Faculty of 

Medicine) '. 50.00 

Literature and Expression: 
Lecturers: 

J. Campbell Mclnnes, at $100. Ob. February 8, 1945 75.00 

Miss B. Gemmill 80.00 

Miss M. Cooper 16.50 

Miss E. Wickson 16.50 

MissS. Jordan 16.50 

Miss D. Mosdell 16.50 

Miss H. McSweeny 16.50 

Miss M. Ryerson 16.50 

Miss E. Amsden 8.50 

Miss E. Milloy 8.50 

Miss M. Calder 8.50 

Miss J. Phelan 8.50 

Miss R. Stock 8.50 

Miss F. Trotter 8.50 

Zoology : 

Demonstrators: 

Dr. V. E. Engelbert (paid also $1,700 in Faculty of Arts) ... 200.00 

Mrs. Margaret Thompson (paid also $800 in Faculty of .Arts) 200.00 

Physical Education — Men: 

Warren A. Stevens, Associate Professor, at $500; on War Service 

(also in Athletic Association) 

Assistant Professors: 

J. E. McCutcheon (paid also $2,600 in Athletics and Physical 

Training— Men) ' $ 300.00 

M. G. Griffiths (paid $3,600 in Athletics and Physical Train- 
ing — Men) 

Part-time Instructors (Sessional): 

H. Phillips (paid also $500 in Athletics and Physical Training 

—Men) 200.00 

D. M. Graham 100.00 

J. Primeau '. 100.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

C. Zwygard (paid also $1,200 in Athletics and Physical 

Training— Men) 800.00 

W. H. Martin (paid also $2,700 in Athletics and Physical 

Training— Men) 100.00 

Temporary Clerical Assistants: 

Mrs. Marion R. Penny, 37 weeks at $10 per week and $4.50 

overtime 374.50 



148 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Mrs. Malvena Griffiths, 12 hours at 50c per hour ;.... 6.00 

Miss P. Lea, 38 hours at 50c per hour 19.00 

Physical Education — Women: 
Assistant Professors: 

Miss F. A. Somers 2,600.00 

Miss D. N. R. Jackson (paid also $1,100 in Athletics and 

Physical Training — Women) 1,000.00 

Miss J. M. Forster (paid also $1,200 in Athletics and Physical 

Training— Women) 800.00 

Mrs. S. E. McCatty, Associate (paid also $1,100 in Athletics and 

Physical Training — Women) 300.00 

Miss L. MacKenzie. Instructor, without salary 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, Assistant in Music (paid also $1,000 in 

Athletics and Physical Training — Women) 400.00 



$ 14,283.14 



Administration: Maintenance 

General Expenses ($436.17): 

Business Properties Ltd., lighting expense $ 166.93 

T. Eaton Co., share of water, laundry, etc 90.61 

Postage 103.50 

Mrs. C. C. Ramsav, wages 69.07 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 6.06 

Supplies and Equipment ($524.94): 

Barber-Ellis of Canada, envelopes 12.70 

T. Eaton Co., bathing suits, towels, etc .....: 32.51 

Rapid Grip and Batten, engraving 36.88 

Southam Press, booklets 106.38 

Stephens Sales Ltd., ink, etc 29.68 

D. B. Waddell, photographs 10.12 

Univ'ersitv Press, printing and stationery 263.91 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) ' 12.13 

Sundry disbursements by department: supplies, $11.51; 

sundries, $4.55; cartage, $3.10; telegrams, 84c 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour .63 

Functional Anatomy: 

(Nothing Spent) 

Physiology ($400.00): 

Ingram and Bell, glassware, etc 221.41 

P>lon Photo Supplies, reflectors 11.60 

Fred Shornie, film 160.63 

Superintendent's Dept., material 6.36 

Health Assessment and Promotion ($49.48): 

University Press, books, stationery 49.48 

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine: 

(Nothing Spent) 

Physical Education— Men ($408.20): 

Alexandra Studio, negatives, prints 39.42 

T. Eaton Co., canoe 81.00 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., stencils, paper 89.82 

Harry Kennedy, raquets 13.75 

Royal Life Saving Society, life line and float 12.00 

Jack Watson Sporting Goods Co., jerseys 12.00 

H. A. Wilson Co., lacrosse sticks 23.60 

Universit\- of Toronto Athletic Association, ice rental 36.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 78.85 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 6.76 

Sundry disbursements by department: supplies,»$8.17; telegrams, 

etc., $3.73; luncheon for out-of-town visitors, $3.10 15.00 

Physical Education — Women ($585.76): 

Alexandra Studio, negatives, prints 22.68 

Archery Craft, arrows, etc 19.20 

T. Eaton Co., suits, balls, etc 90.20 

John A. Madsen Co., gymnasium mat 47.50 

National Council Y.W.'C.A., basketball 14.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 149 



Miss H. Smith, bow antl arrows 10.00 

K. G. Wedd, victrola 75.00 

H. A. Wilson Co., ropes, badminton birds, etc 66.92 

Y.W.C.A. of Toronto, use of pool 36.00 

Wages : 

Mrs. E. Gardiner 79.26 

Mrs. W. Dowell 37.08 

University of Toronto .-Xthletic Association, ice rental 72.00 

Accountsunder $10.00 (3) 10.78 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 15c; labour, $4.99 5.14 

Camp Counsellors' Course: 
Instructors: 

Miss Joan Christie, travelling expenses 12.80 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, travelling expenses 17.10 

Miss Marjorie Hillias, honorarium 50.00 

Miss Dorothy Jackson, travelling expenses 17.10 

Miss \'irginia Kitto, travelling expenses 12.80 

Miss Jeanne Manson, honorarium, $40.00; travelling ex- 
penses, $17.10 .57.10 

Mrs. W. A. McCatty, travelling expenses 17.10 

Miss Jeanne Wright, travelling expenses 12.80 

Frank Chamberlain, news release 4.00 

Miss Mary G. Hamilton, room and board for students and rental 

of Camp Tanamakoon 1,734.60 

Students' Administrative Council, advertising ■ 16.00 

Sundry disbursements bv department: supplies, $12.98; telephone 

and telegraph, $5.68; express, $8.38 27.04 



$ 1,978.44 



Less: Board received from students $1,540.60 

Net receipts from Tuck Shop 7.28 

Charged to Mary G. Hamilton Fund 180.56 

1,728.44 

Refresher Course: $ 250.00 

Instructors: 

Miss Jean Forster 10.00 

Mrs. Margaret Graham 12.00 

Mrs. W. A. McCatty 10.00 

Miss Lorraine Paterson 15.00 

Miss Florence -Somers 5.00 

Miss Eleanor Strapper, expenses 139.06 

Haddon Press, printing folders, tickets, etc. 44.28 

G. Trotter, mimeographing 22.50 

-Accounts under $10.00 (6) 21.27 

University Press, booklets , 67.50 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: telegrams, telephones. 

$7..59; postage, $10.00; sundries. $4.59 22.18 



$ 368.79 
Less: Sale of notes, etc 87.82 



$ 280.97 $ 2,935.52 



$ 17,213.66 



XIX. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION AND PUBLICITY 
Salaries 

W. J. Dunlop, Director (paid also $1,200 as .Acting Manager, Uni- 
versity Press) $ 6,000.00 

B. W. Sharpe, .Assistant Director 3,100.00 

Miss D. de F. Milner, Secretary 1,900.00 

Miss L. B. -Alexander, -Assistant 1,400.00 

R. P. Brown, Clerk, at $1,250; on War Service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 37.50 

Stenographers: 

Miss M. M. Hargreaves 1,100.00 

Miss K. M. Davis 900.00 

Miss B. Kingston, at $900; on loan to Royal Ontario Museum ... 



$ 14,437.50 



150 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



(a) Extension: 



Maintenance of Department 



Instructors ($58,501.62): 

MissM. Abel 

J. C. Adams 

F. M. Aimone 

E. A. Allcutt 

F. Ambler 

J. G. Andison 

R. G. Armour 

Mrs. M. B. Arnold 

N. R. Arthur, lecture, $15.00; expenses, $36.10 

C. A. Ashley 

F. C. Auld ' 

Walter C. Avers, lecture, $12.50; expenses, $51.33 

J. J. Bailev 

J. W. Bain 

W. Baird ,., ,,.><,..•: :- 

Miss G. I. Balthazard 

Jas. Bateman 

Inspector L. S. Beattie 

K. S. Bernhardt 

Board of Education, Toronto .,..u 

H. Boeschenstein 

Miss C. Boldeck 

Miss E. Bowling .i.>.i...i, 

G. N. Bramfitt ..' 

A. A. Brant 

J. G. Breckenridge 

P. H. Breiger ;..,. 

G. W. Brown 

S. B. Brown ;......i : 

\\ . J. Brown 

D. W. Buchanan 

K. A. Burgess 

Juan Cano ;. 

-St. E. de Champ 

D. B. Chant 

Mrs. D. A. Chellew 

Mrs. M. E. Clarke 

Mrs. R. L. Clark 

Communit\ Life Training Institute 

Miss C. L. Cook 

Miss Francis Cowie 

K. S. M. Coxeter 

Eric Crawford 

A. G. Croal 

F. R. Crocombe „ ;... 

J. H. Dales 

Mrs. Alexandra Davidson 

Norman Dean 

Miss E. .A. Deardon 

A. Downey 

G. Edison 

Miss A. M. Elphick, salary, $2,053.34; travelling expenses, 

S280.00 

Jno. M. Elson ;............. 

Miss Charlotte Emery 

N. J. Endicott 

Barker Fairley 

E. Fidler 

R. D. C. Finch 

J. Finkleman 

Miss Mae Fleming 

Ruth Franks 

Miss F. Frazer 

W. G. Frisby 

Madeline A. Fritz 

\V. J. Gardiner 

R. K. George '..... 

Miss B. Gemmill 



650.00 

12.50 

50.00 

37.50 

12.50 

70.00 

50.00 

887.00 

51.10 

250.00 

500.00 

63.83 

35.00 

10.00 

60.00 

372.00 

10.00 

12.00 

1,022.00 

425.00 

105.00 

40.00 

50.00 

750.00 

25.00 

100.00 

425.00 

319.00 

25.00 

196.50 

25.00 

40.00 

500.00 

250.00 

15.00 

15.00 

100.00 

356.00 

800.00 

420.00 

1,800.00 

420.00 

12.50 

54.00 

500.00 

1.000.00 

.500.00 

10.00 

30.00 

12.50 

438.00 

2,333.34 

850.00 

150.00 

84.00 

250.00 

450.00 

30.00 

12.50 

30.00 

200.00 

80.00 

662.50 

280.00 

500.00 

250.00 

250.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO I5t 



Miss D. Glover 900.00 

T. B. Godfrey 250.00 

E. Goggio 250.00 

J. D. Grant 420.00 

J. G. Grant , 150.00 

F. R. Griffin 12. .50 

W. D. Harding 25.00 

R. I. Harris 10.00 

C. W. M. Hart 600.00 

H. G. Harvey 307..50 

Mrs. H. B. Hedman 250.00 

K. F. Helleiner 199.00 

R. S. Henderson 12.50 

S. G. Hennessy 500.00 

R. K. Hicks .' '..''..^'.Z 420'00 

Walter Hogg 200.00 

F. J. Horwood , 500.00 

G. \V. Howland 120 00 

D.. s. Hull :..::..:..::.:::::: 20:00 

Miss Grace Hyndman 15.00 

Institute of Child Study 100.00 

Miss Elsie Jackes 120.00 

Gilbert E. Jackson 12.50 

Miss Mar\- \'. Jackson 110.00 

Arno H. Johnson, lecture, $12.50, travelling expenses, $32.99.. 45.49 

Miss Nancy Joy 130.00 

H. H. Kerr 15.00 

J. W.M.Kerr 140.00 

Miss C. C. Kreiger 94.00 

C. Kuebler 15.00 

A. Lacey 10.00 

R. R. Langford 448.00 

W. R. Laughlen 15.00 

J. E. LaughHn „ ] 2,50.00 

Miss Nora Lea l.jO.OO 

R. F. Legget " 175!oO 

C. W. Leslie 2.50.00 

Miss H. P. Le Vesconte, salar\-, $800.00; travelling expenses, 

$185.85 : 985.85 

Miss Lillian Le Vesconte 200.00 

A. D. Lockhart : 33.00 

J. A. Long 427..50 

Miss Isobel Loudon 1,625.00 

C. P. McCormick 30.00 

J. F. Macdonald 350.00 

Miss M. D. MacDonald 2.50.00 

\V. C. MacDonald, lecture, $10.00; travelling expenses, 

$24.95 34.95 

D.J. McDougal 450.00 

J. L. McDougall, lecture, $12.50; travelling expenses, 

$19.30 31.80 

W. G. MacElhinney 137.50 

F. McFarland 25.00 

J. P. McGillivray ][ lioioo 

E. Campbell Mclnnis 2.50.00 

A. T. McLachlan 1,200.00 

A. MacLean 292.50 

G. A. McMillan 250.00 

Miss K. L McMurrich (paid also $950.00 in Facultv of 

Medicine) ' 600.00 

H. Mabson 12.50 

J. R. Mallory 420.00 

E. S. jVIaltby 30.00 

P. E. Marquis 325.00 

Miss E. Martin 2.50.00 

V. B. Meen 125.00 

J. D. Morrow 9.00 

Miss Dorothy Mulkern 825.00 

E. L. Munzer .500.00 

N. L. Murch 27.00 

S. G. Murray 612.00 



152 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Miss H. Neatby 175.00 

G. M. Neff 12.50 

J. A. Newcombe 437.50 

L. H. Newell 201.50 

Miss M. L. Northway 175.00 

T. W. Gates 105.00 

Michael O'Brien 15.00 

W. E. Ogden 30.00 

Ontario College of Art 600.00 

J. G. Oughton 175.00 

D. D. Pannabaker 450.00 

M. P. Parmenter, lecture, $125.00; travelling expenses, 

$48.00 173.00 

J. Paterson 12.50 

P. A. Petrie 48.00 

Phvsics Department 300.00 

Miss Lillian Pollard (paid also $300.00 in the Faculty of 

Medicine) 2,400.00 

Miss Lilly Pon 100.00 

Ralph Presgrave 12.50' 

E. L. Priestlev 500.00 

D. F. Putnam 12.50 

Miss F. M. Quinlan 37.50 

N. W. Radforth 75.00 

J. J. Rae 194.00 

L. R. Richardson 15.00 

A. K. Roberts 25.00 

Miss Isobel Robinson, salary, $1,600.00; travelling expenses, 

$182.82 " 1,782.82 

L. J. Rogers 10.00 

Miss Mary E. Russell 450.00 

J. H. Rvan 300.00 

E. S. Rverson •. 200.00 

H. E. Rvkert 40.00 

Sister M. St. John 180.00 

J. Satterlv 12.50 

R. M. Saunders 693.00 

School of Nursing, Toronto General Hospital 180.00 

C.J. Scott 15.00 

H. S. Scott 300.00 

C. E. Shumaker 15.00 

B. P. Skev 560.00 

W.J. Smallacombe 12.50 

Miss Ruth Smallev, lecture $250.00; travelling expenses, 

$68.44 : 318.44 

F. A. Smith 1,036.00 

J. E. Smythe 240.00 

E. E. Sparrow 27.50 

Miss R. .Starrett 80.00 

H. H. Stedman 15.00 

Gordon G. Steele 250.00 

H. Storms 10.00 

B. F. Sullivan 864.00 

H. Paul Sutton 16.00 

A. C. Tait 50.00 

W. G. Tamblyn 50.00 

George Tatham 137.50 

N. H. Tavler 250.00 

Mrs. D. B. Thompson 175.00 

R. M. Thompson 150.00 

Ellis Thomson 140.00 

J. E. Thomson 12.50 

R. B. Thomson 100.00 

Miss R. Tobias 125.00 

A. R. Treloar 12.50 

Lee Trenholm 12.50 

W. H. Tretheway 350.00 

D. M. Turnbul! 12.50 

F. H. Underhill 175.00 

A. Walker 18.75 

Miss Lenore Wallis 125.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



153 



R. M. Wansborough 

N. Ward 

Miss Gertrude Watts 

Mrs. Ruth Watts 

A. Weinstein -. 

C. W. Wells 

E. T. Wilkinson 

Miss D. Wilensky 

S. E. Wolfe 

Mrs. Florence E. Woodcock 

C. W. Wright 

Miss Marv Wright, lectures, $280.00; travelling expenses, 

$30.00 

Attendants ($2,690.08): 

Miss Georgina Ashbourne 

Miss Mola Brown 

F. Castle 

E. Chadwick 

A. Clarke 

Miss Norma Clarke 

Miss K. M. Davis 

E. W. Dean 

Miss Winnifred Dowel! 

Miss E. W. Deyer 

Miss Norma Faure 

Miss E. Green 

Miss Jean Greig 

J. Harding 

Miss M. M. Hargreaves 

Miss B. Hart .". 

Miss Lilian Kay 

A. G. Keel 

G. A. Knott 

Mrs. A. L. D. Koehler 

Mrs. A. H. Lowe 

R. McBryde 

Miss J. McClennan 

Gordon McClure 

J. McCormick 

H. McGee 

D. Scollick 

B. W. Sharpe 

Mrs. A. H. Shearer 

Mrs. E. Small 

Miss M. Spalding 

Arthur X'errall 

Robert Verrall 

H. V. Walker 

William Wight man 

Sundry persons (5) 

Superintendent's Office, caretaking 



70.00 

500.00 

1,600.00 

250.00 

250.00 

18.75 
112.50 
150.00 

50.00 
1,400.00 

12.50 

310.00 



67.50 
57.00 

100.00 
15.50 
22.50 
46.50 
40.50 
40.00 
21.00 
97.00 
48.00 
16.00 
46.00 
10.75 

282.00 
42.00 

129.83 
85.00 
40.00 
40.00 

115.50 
17.50 
51.00 
88.50 
37.75 
26.50 
65.50 

450.00 
19.50 

200.00 
65.00 
78.00 
93.00 
27.50 
50.00 
17.75 
40.00 



APPORTIONMENT OF THE FOREGOING 





Instructors 


Attendants 


Travelling 
Expenses 


Total 


Summer Session 


$ 5,850.00 

6,115.00 

2,418.50 

13.630.00 

1,000.00 

1,520.00 

4,805.00 

10,700.00 

11,503.34 


$ 479.83 
85.50 




$ 6,329.83 


Teachers' Classes 




6,200.50 


Corresp>ondence Courses 




2,418.50 


Evening Tutorial Classes 


2,029.75 


$ 114.10 


15,773.85 


Rural Tutorial Classes 


1,000.00 


Short Courses 


10.00 
16.00 
46.00 
23.00 


93.39 
103.62 
368.67 
280.00 


1,623.39 


Business Courses 


4,924.62 


Occupational Therapv 


11,114.67 


Physiotherapy 


11,806.34 



Remuneration to Instructors, Attendants, etc., as detailed above $ 61,191.70 



154 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Sundry Expenses: 

Summer Session in Arts: Other Courses ($155.55): 

Might Directories Ltd., letter service 

Social Work Vocational Bureau 

University Press 

Teachers' Classes: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Evening Tutorial Classes, Urban ($1,613.01): 

G. M. Hendry, maps 

Ontario College of Education, stencils 

Photographic Service, slides 

Department of Public Printing and Stationery, pamphlets 

Ryerson Film Service, screens, lantern, etc. 

N. H. Speight Laboratories, repairs to Public Address 

System 

Toronto Conservatory of Music, use of rooms and pianos 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Short Courses ($276.12): 

Hart House, catering 

Photographic Service, prints 

Department of Public Works of Ontario, demonstration 
Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Canadian Association for Adult Education, grant 

Occupational Therapy ($2,599.12): 

T. Eaton Co., chairs 

Grand and Toy, filing cases 

J. F. Hartz Co., table 

Humber Engineering Co., saw 

Knox College, use of gymnasium 

Nilus Le Clerc Inc., tables, meters, etc 

Moyer School Supplies, easels 

Toronto Occupational Therapy Association, use of rooms 

Toronto T\ pe Foundr\' Co., machine 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $690.82; material, $360.74 

Physiotherapy ($666.74): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

Burke Electric X-Ray Co., diagnostic handles, etc 

P. Burns and Co. Ltd., coal 

T. Eaton Co., leatherette 

J. F. Hartz Co., battery 

Halliday Bros., coal _. 

Hospital for Sick Children, use of pool for instruction .. . 

Ingram and Bell, basins, etc 

John Smith, re-covering chair 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $170.20; material, $9.24 

Business Courses: 

Universit\' Press, printing 

Books for Extension Students: 

University' Press, books 

Office Expenses: 

Stationery, printing, postage, supplies and incidentals 

($5,415.31): 

Canadian National Telegraphs. i 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., stencils, ink, paper 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co 

Postage 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 

Sundry disbursements by department: telephone, $8.83; 

carfare, $5.75; telegrams, $3.55; stationery, $3.08; 

sundries, $3.79 

University Press, printing and stationery 



64.42 
11.28 
79.85 



137.75 



9.06 

30.00 

40.00 

118.75 

291.45 

45.00 
225.00 
.551.10 
302.65 



165.00 

5.40 

79.35 

26.37 

1,000.00 



59.94 

47.50 

12.50 

208.92 

300.00 

199.20 

7.50 

475.00 

237.00 

1,051.56 



25.17 
17.10 
44.95 
10.12 
91.50 
93.00 
95.00 

101.96 
8..50 

179.44 

300.00 
238.73 



33.01 

39.62 

1,505.84 

4.40 

1.110.00 

148.40 



25.00 
2,504.86 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 155 



Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $19.57; freight, 

$10.94: labour, $11.72; material, $1.95 44.18 

Extra Clerical Assistance ($6,826.01): 

Miss Geora;ina .Ashbourne, 52 weeks, 1 day 870.70 

Miss Mary T. Bennett. I6I2 weeks 297.00 

Miss \iola Brown, 52 weeks. 1 day 818.50 

Miss Joan Chester, 83-2 weeks 173.33 

Miss Charmion Chester, 179 days, oH hours 401.76 

Mrs. Mona Colesbur\-, 18 weeks, 1 dav 355.00 

Mrs. Lois Collins, lO' weeks 140.00 

Mrs. Margaret Eggleton, 3^2 weeks 67.50 

Miss Norma Faure, 34^2 weeks 606.50 

Miss -Audrey Gilroy, 15 weeks, 4 days 251.45 

Mrs. Jean Jack. 1 week 24.00 

Miss Eleanor Greene, 1 week 16.00 

Miss Lois Kilbv, 2 1-6 weeks 30.35 

Mrs. Anna R. Lardv, 40 weeks, 56 hours 926.00 

Mrs. Margaret Pratt, 40io weeks 926.00 

Mrs. Anita H. Shearer, 38 1-3 weeks 726.66 

Mrs. Eleanor Small, 81 da>'s, 5 hours 182.46 

Miss Doreen Spaull, 13 hours 12.80 

(b) Publicity: 

Advertising and .Announcements ($2,145.39): 

Canadian .Association of Occupational Therapy.., 50.00 

Canadian Churchman 13.44 

Canadian Society of Forest Engineers ; 50.00 

"Cap and Gown" WycliflFe College , 15.00 

Commerce Journal 15.00 

Duflferin School Old Boys' Association 15.00 

Educational Courier ;..;............■ 70.00 

Evening Telegram 368.90 

Globe Printing Co 492.75 

Hamilton Normal School 10.00 

International Press Ltd 196.00 

Labour Leader Publishing Co 50.00 

Northern Miner 12.50 

Ontario Bonspeil 25.00 

Ontario Educational Association 25.00 

Ontario .School Trustees and Ratepayers' Association 20.00 

Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation ' 70.00 

Ottawa Normal School 12.00 

"Refle.x," College of Optometry ...'.....:.. 50.00 

Robur, Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute 15.00 

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada 28.08 

"The School," Ontario College of Education 90.00 

Toronto Normal School Year Book 20.00 

Toronto Star, Ltd. 156.95 

Toronto Weekly News 10.80 

"The Twig," University of Toronto Schools 12.00 

United Church Publishing House 32.00 

University of Toronto Monthly 140.00 

University Press, printing 62.97 

Accounts'under $10.00 (3) 17.00 

Issue of Univx^rsitv Bulletins, exhibits, and other forms of 
publicity ($2,577.70): 

American College Publicity .Association, dues 20.00 

Canadian Press Clipping Bureau, service 60.00 

E. Crowther, lantern service 3.00 

Photographic Service, prints, slides, lantern service 32.35 

Postage 1,190.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 1,240.85 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $30.63; material, 87c 31.50 

Travelling Expenses of Organizers and Speakers: 

W. J. Dunlop 81.25 



$ 85,224.38 
Less Credits: 

Sale of Publications $4,061.80 



156 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Sale of Bulletins 610.78 

Sale of Star Maps 42.34 

Sale of Mimeograph Supplies 20.26 

Dominion Government Grant, Personnel Admin- 
istration Course 999.95 

Sundry Credits 37.60 



5,772.73 



XX. MEN'S RESIDENCES 
Maintenance of Buildings 

(a) University (North, East and South Houses): 

Heat and Light $ 4,267.95 

Water 144.97 

Caretaker's Supplies: Superintendent's Dept., material 469.71 

Cleaning and House Service ($8,570.18): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 451.16 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 8,119.02 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,821.39): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 7.11 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., chairs 201.00 

Geo. M. Hendrv Co., blackboards 30.87 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,853.79; material, $728.62 3,582.41 

Caretaker: H. Brown, 12 months 1,650.00 

Adviser to House Masters: 

Dean C. N. Cochran, special honorarium for serv'ices in 

assis:irg in the establishing of regulations 100.00 



$ 19,024.20 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant . . $4,267.95 
Credits for cleaning and repairs and renewals . 94.12 

4,362.07 



(b) University College (No. 73 .St. George Street): 

Light $ 169.65 

Fuel ($1,084.46): 

P. Burns and Co 196.48 

Halliday Bros.^ 878.63 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 9.35 

Gas, $10.33; water, $57.91 68.24 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 171.92 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($3,110.58): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 105.78 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,004.80 

Repairs and Renewals ($849.52): 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., drapes 189.01 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $571.03; material, $89.48 ... 660.51 



Less: Light charged to Central Power Plant $ 169.65 

Credits for repairs and renewals 1.75 



$ 5.454.37 
171.40 



$ 79,451.65 
$ 93.889.15 



$ 14,662.13 



$ 5,282.97 
$ 19,945.10 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 157 

XXI. WOMEN'S RESIDENCES AND UNION 

Maintenance of Buildings 

Whitney Hall: 

Heat and Light $ 5,U0.07 

Fuel ($91.76): 

Canada Coal Co. 86.76 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 5.00 

Gas, $303.42; water, $454.91 758.33 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($654.80): 

Allen Mfg. Co.. laundry 3.30 

Baker Carpet Cleaning Co 4.44 

Parisian Laundr\' 1.06 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 646.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,392.27): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 17.80 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades, repairs 34.25 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5.00 

Ideal Welding Co. Ltd.. welding 9L46 

John Inglis Co. Ltd., tubes, repairs 156.32 

Kelvinator of Canada Ltd., condensing unit 293.00 

Perrin-Turner Ltd., repairs to refrigerating s\stem 35.75 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, vacation pa\' stamps 20.59 

White Window Cleaning Co 35.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,274.65; material, $428.45 1,703.10 



8 9,037.23 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 5,140.07 



■92 and 94 St. George Street: 

Fuel ($1,091.61): 

P. Burns and Co $ 114.29 

Halliday Bros 972.34 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 4.98 

Gas, $20.93; electric current, $103.23; water. $60.15 184.31 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($244.34)- 

Baker Carpet Cleaning Co 3.34 

Ideal Window Cleaners 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 231.00 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $609.45; material, $236.57 ... 846.02 



$ 3,897.16 



University College Women's Union: 

Heat and Light $ 1,519.58 

Gas, $214.67; water, $45.91 260.58 

Sundries (dumb waiter to Infirmar\' in 1943-44; adtlition to 
Ser\ery in 1944-45) ($1,968.73): 

Bro(jks Marble and Tile Co., mastic floor 50.42 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., vitrolite 37.63 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., construction of kitchen 1,533.93 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $287.65; material, $59.10. 346.75 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,823.51): 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., tiling 12.72 

Wm. Carrick. painting walls 418.00 

Ideal Window Cleaners 13.00 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., installation of door, etc 90.00 

-Accounts under $10.00 (2) 3,24 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour. $926.32; material, $360.23 . 1,286,55 

Caretaker: Leo Cole, 12 months 1,600.00 



$ 2,366.28 



$ 7,172.40 
Less: Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 1,519.58 



$ 5,6.72.82 



158 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

146 St. George Street: 

Fuel ($453.33): 

P. Burns and Co $ 145.00 

Canada Coal Co. Ltd 22.88 

Great Lakes Coal Co 202.42 

Harbour Coal Co 51.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 32.03 

Water, $23.06; gas, $8.27; electric current, $68.77 100.10 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($194.60): 

Ideal Window Cleaners 5.60 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 189.00 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $149.35; material, $370.06 .. 519.41 

$ 1,267.44 



5 Willcocks Street: 

Fuel ($482.89): 

P. Burns and Co $ 92.08 

Great Lakes Coal Co. Ltd 36.39 

Halliday Bros 344.76 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 9.66 

Water, $59.64; gas, $6.75; electric current, $90.40 156.79 

Cleaning and Furnaceman: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 189.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($465.07): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shade repaired 1.00 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., brackets, shades 9.45 

Ideal Window Cleaners 5.40 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $254.92; material, $194.30 . 449.22 



$ 1,293.75 

$ 14,477.45 



Housekeeping Account 

(a) Combined General Charges: 

Provisions ($35,198.04): 

Acme Farmers Dairy Ltd., milk $ 2.151.30 

B. Amodeo and Son, fruit, vegetables 6,841.31 

Arcade Florist Ltd., flowers 114.75 

Barker Bredin Bakeries, bread 192.40 

Belle-Ewart Ice and Fuel, ice 134.60 

Borden Co. Ltd., milk 1.121.00 

Bowes Co. Ltd., raisins, salad oil, etc .567.03 

Canada Bread Co., bread, rolls 440.62 

Canada Dry Ginger Ale 123.16 

Canada Packers Ltd., peas, meat, etc 1,286.36 

Christie Brown and Co. Ltd., biscuits 107.14 

Citv Dairy Ltd., milk 23.32 

Craig's Gold Medal Bakerv, bread 45.98 

Donland's Dairv Ltd., butter, milk 1,258.75 

T. Eaton Co., food 71.00 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, summer meal allowance 12.75 

S. Gumpert Co. Canada Ltd., flavouring 34.80 

Samuel Harris, meat 6,455.85 

H. J. Heinz Co., soups 56.60 

Harry Home Co. Ltd., cremo, peanut butter, etc 70.41 

Knoll View Farm, apple juice 65.66 

Kraft Cheese Ltd., cheese '. 137.55 

J. A. Little, eggs 331.80 

James Lumbers Co. Ltd., groceries 2,580.38 

Maclver Co., cheese, meat 1,245.19 

McCormick's Ltd., biscuits 97.14 

D. Mclntvre and Co. Ltd., fish 684.02 

Marshall's Co. Ltd., butter, eggs 697.43 

National Grocers Co., groceries 2,156.04 

Wm. Neilson Ltd., ice cream, chocolate bars 700.47 

Ontario Honey Producers Corporation, honey 110.88 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 159 



Porter and Black, eggs 486.60 

Pure Gold Mfg. Co., coffee 613.41 

Purity Bread Ltd., rolls, bread 239.18 

Sani-Sealed Dairies Ltd., milk, straws 83.64 

J. M. Schneider Ltd., cheese, meat, lard 973.04 

Select Food Products, soup base 126.20 

Service Meat Supply, meat 1,460.14 

E. D. Smith and Sons Ltd., jam 60.07 

M. J. Smith, vegetables 84.25 

J. H. Stafford Industries Ltd., jelly powders, chocolate syrups 228.15 

Superior Importing Co., salad oil 158.20 

Watson Food Products, potato flakes 105.00 

George Weston Ltd., orange slices, biscuits 58.56 

Wonder Bakeries Ltd., bread 483.55 

York Trading Ltd., corn 54.43 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson: food, $63.43; 

sundries, $4.50 67.93 

Cleaning and House Service ($14,337.75): 

Beaver Laundry Co. Ltd., bleach 27.28 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co. Ltd., repairs 27.75 

T. Eaton Co., knives, candles, etc 82.41 

Evening Telegram, advertising 84.16 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 27.78 

A. Guinness and Co., napkins, doilies, etc 150.99 

Hygiene Products Ltd., soap 151.01 

James Lumbers Co. Ltd., bon ami 42.91 

National Grocers Co. Ltd., soap 103.72 

Parisian Laundry Co 42.02 

Procter and Gamble Co., soap 132.49 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., tea towelling 29.16 

S. & S. Specialties, silver gleam 21.60 

Stewart-Le Grice Ltd., candles 12.00 

Textile Products Co. Ltd., oven cloths 10.50 

Toronto Star Ltd., advertising 60.70 

G. H. Wood and Co. Ltd., souffle cups 17.00 

Wrought Iron Range Co., garbage cans, paring knives, etc 70,55 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 13.66 

Paylists, wages of maids, etc 11,435.14 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M, B. Ferguson: supplies, 

$37.59; sundries, $8.05; repairs, $1.25 46.89 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,745.95; material, $2.08 .. 1,748.03 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($4,737.57): 

Beaver Laundry Machinery Co. Ltd., washer 804.60 

Cassidy's Ltd., tumblers, plates, etc 580.79 

T. Eaton Co., table cloths , 192.21 

Hobart Mfg. Co. Ltd., bowl, shaft, etc 218.05 

Houghton's Silverware and Plating Co., repairs 16.00 

Donald MacLean, tea towelling 54.60 

Northern Eureka Refrigerator Co. Ltd., refrigeration unit . . 1,066.00 

Phinnemore Painting and Decorating Co. Ltd., painting 130.60 

Robt. Simpson Co. Ltd., tea towelling 123.59 

Walker Sales Co. Ltd,, jugs 12.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 16.25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $770.67; material, $752.21 .. 1,522.88 

Office Supplies, infirmary service, etc. ($438.46): 

Postage 52.00 

Ridpath's Ltd., desks 280.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 95.28 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 11.18 

Staff Salaries (additional to Dean of Women charged under 
University College General): 

Dietitians (with living allowance valued at $200.00 each): 

Miss V, R. Murphy 1,800.00 

Miss Phyllis West 1,400.00 

Secretary (with living allowance valued at $200.00 per year 

from January 1) Miss M. Lim ' 1,000.00 

Nurse-Housekeeper (with livingallowance valued at $400.00): 

Mme, Josette Ledoux 1,200.00 



160 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Assistant to the Dean of Women (with living allowance 

valued at $400.00): Mrs. A. Marriott, 12 months 1,500.00 



$ 61,611.82 

Less: Charged to Women's Union $400.00 

Charged to Whitnev Hall 600.00 

1,000.00 



(b) University' College Women's Union: 

Cleaning and House Service ($1,429.50): 

Maids' wages and sundry help $ 1,028.85 

T. Eaton Co., repairs to iron, moth crystals, etc 10.39 

Marshall's Ltd., cleaning furniture 31.67 

Parisian Laundry Co 55.62 

Parker's Dve Works, cleaning 17.10 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 22.31 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $51.27; material, $212.29 .... 263.56 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($486.33): 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., chairs, shades, etc 475.83 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 10.50 

Housekeeping — Miscellaneous ($48.89) : 

Heintzman and Co., tuning pianos 12.50 

Roher's Book Shop, magazines 25.24 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 11.15 

Share of Salaries detailed under Combined General Charges ......... 400.00 



(c) Whitney Hall: 

Cleaning and House .Service ($7,601.98): 

Maids' wages and sundry help $ 5,120.11 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd.. thread, ironing boards, etc 75.85 

Marshall's Ltd., cleaning furniture 233.97 

Parisian Laundry Co. 654.75 

Parker's D\e Works, cleaning .....: ........i 205.02 

-Accounts under $10.00 (5) 20.35 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $590.12; material, $701.81 . 1,291.93 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($1,096.49): 

Brown's Upholstery, repairs 13.50 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., desk, chairs, shades, etc 802.66 

Donald MacLean, towels 12.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 8.29 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $56.67; material, $203.37 ... 260.04 

Miscellaneous — Piano, magazines, etc. ($36.65): 

T. Eaton Co., radio repairs 11.25 

Heintzman and Co., tuning pianos 20.00 

Toronto DaiK' Star, subscription 5.40 

Share of Salaries detailed under Combined General Charges 600.00 



$ 60,611.82 



(d) 92 and 94 St. George Street (Hutton House): 
Cleaning and House Service ($1,523.65): 

Maids' wages and sundry help $ 961.65 

T. Eaton Co., soap, cleanser, etc 10.89 

Marshall's Ltd., cleaning furniture 25.93 

Meals for Resident Head 160.00 

Parisian Laundry 105.00 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning rugs 46.92 

Turco-Persian Rug Co., cleaning rug 15.90 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 5.00 

Sundrv disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson: meals, 

$35.75; repairs, $1.50; supplies, $2.44 39.69 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $30.44; material, $122.23 .... 152.67 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($241.83): 

Alex. Campbell, frame 7.50 

T. Eaton Co., crockery, blankets, etc 199.11 

Heintzman Co. Ltd., piano bench 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept., material 20.22 



$ 2,364.72 



$ 9,335.12 



i 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



161 



Miscellaneous: 

Heintzman and Co. Ltd., tuning piano 

(e) 146 St. George Street: 

Cleaning and House Service ($1,246.79): 

Maids' wages and sundry help $ 

Anglo-Persian Rug Cleanin;^ Co., rug cleaned 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., pans, polish, etc 

Meals for Resident Head 

Parisian Laundry Co. 

Parker's Dve Works Ltd., cleaning furniture 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 

Sundry disbursements bv Miss M. B. Ferguson: meals, 

$23.50; supplies, $3.18 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $5.47; material, $54.73 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals (including initial cost of 
furnishings in 1944-45) ($5,344.10): 

Advance Glass & Mirror Co. Ltd., glass, mirrors 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., range, desks, chairs, rug, curtains, etc 

Donald MacLean , towels 

Ridpath's Ltd., table 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., towels, bath mats 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $73.75; material, $191.22. .. 

Miscellaneous ($8.30): 

T. Eaton Co., radio repairs 

Heintzman & Co. Ltd., tuning piano 

(f) 5 Willcocks Street: 

Cleaning and House Service ($1,184.94): 

Maids' wages and sundry help $ 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., pans, dishcloths, washboard, etc 

Meals for Resident Head 

Parisian Laundry 

Parker's Dve Works, cleaning rugs 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 

Sundrv disbursements bv Miss M. B. Ferguson: supplies, 

$3.33; meals, $15.25' 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1.96; material, $69.32 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($3,120.12): 

Advance Glass & Mirror Co., mirrors, glass 

Alex. Campbell, frames 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., chairs, book-cases, mattresses, lamps, 

tables 

Heintzman and Co., piano bench 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $134.73; material, $53.53.... 

Miscellaneous ($36.70): 

T. Eaton Co., radio repairs 

Heintzman & Co. Ltd., tuning piano, repairs 

Less credits: Student damages $ 

Sale of material 



5.00 



$ 1,770.48 



825.21 
15..50 
17.36 

160.00 
65.35 
38.79 
37.70 

26.68 
60.20 



159.45 
4,833.60 
24.00 
32.00 
15.80 
14.28 

264.97 



3.30 
5.00 



832.00 
22.20 

160.00 

53.49 

18.09 

9.30 

18.58 
71.28 

203.79 
20.50 

2,685.43 

15.00 

7.14 

188.26 

3.70 
33.00 



$ 6,599.19 



98.50 
298.55 



$ 4,341.76 
$ 85,023.09 



$ 397.05 



XXH. CENTR.VL POWER PLANT 
(a) Operating Expenses: 

Fuel ($105,974.26): 

Canada Coal Co $ 57,960.88 

Great Lakes Coal Co 47,923.05 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 90.33 



$ 84,626.04 
$ 99,103.49 



162 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Hydro-Electric Current, $35,150.67; water, $506.17 35,656.84 

Engineer's Supplies, removal of ashes, repairs and renewals, and 
miscellaneous items ($14,124.94): 

Babcock Wilcox Goldie and McCulloch Ltd., tubes, discs .... 218.95 

Bailey Meter Co. Ltd., clocks 26.14 

Canadian Charts and Supplies Ltd., charts 32.70 

Canadian Inspections and Testing Co., chemical analyses .... 48.00 

Canadian National Carbon Co., brushes 72.09 

Canadian Sirocco Co. Ltd., blower 66.38 

Cober Elevator Mfg. Co., repairs 750.00 

Dearborn Chemical Co. Ltd., feed water treatments 512.79 

Diamond Specialty Ltd., elements 284.80 

Downtown Welding, welding .■ 23.87 

Elliott Co., cutters 69.66 

Foster Wheeler Ltd., coking plate, bolts, bar bearings, bars ... 1,526.51 

Garlock Packing Co. of Canada Ltd., spiral packing 62.76 

McColl-Frontenac Oil Co. Ltd., oil, turboline 434.54 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, vacation pay stamps 16.00 

Robinson Clay Products, savage straights 90.00 

Receiver General of Canada, inspection of t.uck scale 10.00 

Sangamo Co. Ltd., meter service 59.50 

Smart-Turner Machine Co. Ltd., springs, rods, bolts 25.80 

Irving Smith Ltd., circular saws 38.79 

G. F. Sterne & Sons, cement 85.58 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 22.16 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) 21.21 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $37.35; labour, $7,499.86; 

material, $2,089.50 9,626.71 

(b) Engineer, assistant engineers, firemen, boiler cleaners and 
trimmers: 

Chief Engineer, C. S. Moselev, 12 months 3,100.00 

Assistant Engineers ($7,830.50): 

Wm. E. Abbott (on war service) pension 55.50 

A. E. McHugh, 12 months 1,955.00 

Henrv C. McLean, 12 months 1,860.00 

L. McMaster, 12 months 1,980.00 

Wm. Smith, 12 months 1,980.00 

Boiler Cleaner: M. S. .Andrews, 12 months 1,590.00 

Pump Attendant: G. Connor, 3 months 357.00 

Fireman and Trimmers at 62c to 70c per hour: 

Sundry persons 15,557.74 

$184,191.28 

Less credit: Sale of cinders 300.00 



$183,891.28 



XXIII. MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL 
Alterations and Furnishings — Forestry Building 



Superintendent's Dept., labour, $896.90; material, $785.16 $ 1,682.06 

Additional expenditure to be accounted for 1945-46 7,817.94 



$ 9,500.00 



Alterations to Library Roof 

Mathers and Haldenbv, professional services $ 109.83 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,240.50; material, $618.58 2,859.08 

$ 2,968.91 

Additional expenditures to be accounted for 1945-46 281.09 



$ 3,250.00 



Alterations— 146 St. George Street 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades, repairs $ 98.43 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs 63.00 

Canadian Floor Service, sanding and finishing floors 76.18 

T. Eaton Co., linoleum, labour 459.22 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 163 



Livingston Stoker Sales Co., stoker 410.00 

Norris Iron Works, fire escape 614.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 10.35 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4,977.75; material, $1,211.12 6,188.87 



$ 7,920.0.5 
Less sale of material, etc 7.00 



$ 7,913.05 

.\ccounted lor 1943-44 $6,086.95 

Expenditures as above 7,913.05 

$14,000.00 

Alterations — 5 Willcocks Street 

VVm. Bartlett and Son, shades $ 85.48 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs 140.00 

Canadian Floor Service, sanding and finishing floors 86.19 

T. Eaton Co., laying linoleum, etc ■ 30.21 

John Nelson and Son, Ltd., plaster work 945.81 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4,458.77; material, $1,480.13 5,938.90 



$ 7,226.59 



Accounted for 1943-44 $1,773.41 

E.xpenditures as above 7,226. .59 

$9,000.00 
Amounted voted 1943-44 7,000.00 

Charged to 1944-45 ■ $ 2,000.00 

Sir Frederick Banting Records 

(Nothing Spent) 

Accounted for 1943-44 $ 577.04 

To be accounted for 1945-46 222.96 



$ 800.00 

Bursaries 

Awards to sundry students: 

Facultv of Arts $ 7,350.00 

Facultv of .Applied Science 1,000.00 

Facult\- of Forestry 100.00 



$ 8,450.00 



Chemical Engineering Building Construction 

Page and Steele, draft plans $ 15,000.00 

Less paid by E. A. Wallberg Memorial Fund 15,000.00 



.Accounted for 1943-44 $ 1,096.60 

Expenditures as above 15,000.00 

$16,096.60 
Contingencies 

Appropriation to meet unforeseen expenditures ($1,636.70): 

City Treasurer, Toronto, local improvement rates assessed against 
the following properties: 

119 St. George Street $ 13.80 

146 St. George Street 7.94 

5 Willcocks Street 7.00 

$ 28.74 

Dunlop's Ltd., flowers for funerals 55.00 

King's Printer, Ontario, .50 copies of University .Annual Report . 211.67 

Poppy I'und of loronKj, wreath for Memorial Da>' Service, 

Memorial Tower 12.0U 



164 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Professor N. E. Sheppard, services re quinquennial report on 

Emploj-ees' Pension Fund 500.00 

Speight, Van Xostrand, Ward and Anderson, survey of Wycliflfe 

College site, re new lease 185.00 

Toronto General Hospital, re Professor C. N. Cochrane 573.95 

University of Toronto Employees Association, donation towards 

picnic 50.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 20.34 

Workmen's Compensation: 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, to cover allowances 

to employees, etc 1,356.30 

Medical Services for injured employees, etc. ($322.70): 

Dr. H. G. Armstrong 15.00 

Dr. John Chassels 10.00 

Dr. J. H. Couch 12.00 

Dr. C. E. Hill 11.00 

Ingram and Bell, trusses 13.70 

Drs. Richards, Singleton and Hall 31.10 

St. Michael's Hospital 11.45 

Dr. Roy Thomas 16.00 

Toronto General Hospital 149.50 

University of Toronto, Facultv of Dentistry 12.75 

Dr. Ralph Wilkins 10.00 

Sundry Doctors (3) 15.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 14.70 



$ 3,315.70 



Publications and Societies 

Alumni Federation $ 2,500.00 

American School at .Athens 50.00 

American School of Oriental Research, Bagdad 100.00 

American School of Oriental Research, Jerusalem 100.00 

Association of American Universities 50.00 

British School of Archaeology, Jerusalem 100.00 

National Conference of Canadian Universities 100.00 

Roval Astronomical Society 150.00 

Royal Society of Canada ..' 400.00 

Universities Bureau, London, England 268.86 

Students' Administrative Council (students' lodging) 100.00 



$ 3,918.86 



86 Queen's Park Rehabilitation 

(President's House) 

Wm. Bartlett and Sons, shades, repairs $ 93.17 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs 133.37 

T. Eaton Co.. linoleum and laying 165.79 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., resurfacing and finishing floors 2.50.00 

Livingston Stoker .Sales Co., stoker 410.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 4.43 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $477.03; material, $207.89 684.92 

$ 1,741.68 

Accounted for 1943-44 $3,758.32 

Expenditures as above 1,741.68 

$5,000.00 

Receptions to Societies and University Visitors 

Expenses re sundry public lectures ($270.21): 

Professor B. Brebner $ 59.11 

Dr. H. Butler 24.62 

Dr. H. M. Cassidy 7.61 

Professor Miles Gibson 100.00 

Professor D. Owen 66.72 

Processor R. G. Trotter 12.15 



I 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 165 

Catering on sundr\- occasions ($503.18): 

Hart House, lunches and dinners for sundry guests 311.38 

Royal Ontario Museum Tea Room, tea Canadian Federation of 

University Women 15.00 

Toronto Ladies' Club, tea for wives of recipients of Honorary 

Degrees 36.33 

Universitv College Women's Union, Ontario Educational Associ- 
ation tea, $25.00; Reception for West Indian .Students, $20.00 45.00 

York Club, sundry guests (President H. J. Cody) 90.47 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 5.00 

$ 773.39 

Senate Elections 

Canadian National Telegraphs $ 12.73 

Postage 68.66 

J. J. Spence, scrutineering j.. 20.00 

University of Toronto Monthly, advertising 30.00 

Mrs. R. G. Wallace, clerical assistance 60.00 

W. J. T. Wright, scrutineering 20.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 544.86 



Slavonic Studies 

Dr. Bernard Pares, lectures $ 2.000.00 

Travelling Expenses 

President and Academic Staff ($1,748.99): 

President H. J. Cody $ 18.40 

Principal Sidnev Smith 104.88 

Professor D. L. Bailev 135.00 

Dean S. Beattv 59.00 

Dr. W. G. Bigelow 70.93 

Professor R. Brauer 25.00 

Professor G. W. Brown... 37.68 

Dr. H. M. Cassidy .- 86.70 

Professor C. N. Cochrane 66.97 

Dean Cosens 98.45 

Professor H. M. Coxeter 25.00 

Professor D. G. Creighton 40.00 

Dr. J. Manerv Fisher 30.15 

Dr. J. M. Grosheintz 88.60 

Professor R. C. Hosie 14.50 

Professor L. Infeld 25.00 

Professor H. A. Innis 64.34 

Professors. K. JafTray 10.85 

Professor F. C. A. Jeanneret 50.00 

Professor C. Kreiger 25.00 

Dean A. D. A. Mason 74.00 

Professor T. J. Meek 44.80 

Professor E. S. Moore 50.00 

Professor M. .\. Peacock :. 153.44 

Professor L. M. Pidgeon 40.50 

Professor T. R. Pounder 25.00 

Dr. E. S. Ryerson 99.80 

Miss Florence Somers 110.00 

Professor A. Stevenson 25.00 

Miss M. E. G. Waddell 25.00 

Professor A. Weinstein 25.00 

Out-of-town members of the Senate ($657.95): 

Judge D. J. Cowan 82.95 

Dr. W. J. Deadman 13.80 

Dr. H. C. Griffith 15.00 

Dr. J. H. Hardv 42.30 

E. P. Hodgins .' 10.00 

P. A. C. Ketchum 11.05 

Judge Helen Kinnear 59.00 

C. D. McGilvray : 55.45 

A. B. McLav ; 7.55 



756.25 



$ 2,000.00 



lf>6 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Dr. H. M. Morrow 

T. M. Mulligan 

J. P. S. Xethercott 

J. R. Pickering 

Dr. J. B. Reynolds 

H. S. Robertson 

W.J. Salter 

Dr. John Sheahan 

Henry S. Tapscott 

Professor A. R. Walker 



11.40 
65.60 
93.20 
17.40 
22.55 
7.70 
69.10 
28.85 
34.65 
10.40 



$ 2,406.94 



University College Men's Residence and Library Building 
Construction Accounts 

G. D. Maxwell, W. .S. Wallace, University Librarian. Professor Bu- 
chanan, Professor McAndrew and Professor Finch of University 
College and A. -S. Mather, Architect, tra^'elling expenses in con- 
nection with visits to United States Universities for the purpose 
of seeing Residences and Libraries before proceeding with the 
erection of Universit\" College Men's Residence and University 
Library ' $ 1,800.00 

Charged as follows: 

University College Men's Residence Construction .Account 

University College Men's Residence and Library Building Combined 

Librarv Building Construction Account 



500.00 

300.00 

1,000.00 



University of Toronto Expansion Fund 

Expenses: 

Alumni Federation, advertising $ 

Grand and Toy, tiling guides 

Mitchell and McGill, desk 

Postage 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 

l^niversity Press, printing and stationery $ 

Sundr\- disbursements by department: transportation, $45,95; 
lunches, $85.75; sundries, $13.27 

Clerical Assistance ($1,669.50): 

Mrs. C. Ashbourne, 52 weeks, 1 day 

Miss June Baker 

Miss Eleanor Crun\- 

Miss P. Kennedy 

Miss Shirley MacKay 

Miss Lois McHardy 

Miss Margaret Smxthe 

Miss Doreen Spaull 

Miss .'\nne Whvte 



Accounted for 1943-44 $ 1,012.90 

Expenditures as above 6.582.97 

To be accounted for 1945-46 2,404.13 



$10,000.00 
Charged to 1943-44 5,000.00 



Charged to 1944-45. 



400.00 

11.00 

53.55 

2.240.00 

7.83 

2,056.12 

144.97 

1,252.00 

52.50 

63.90 

25.20 

111.90 

102.30 

36.90 

17.00 

7.80 



$ 6,582.97 



$ 5,000.00 
$ 42,171.14 



XXIV. CAPITAL ACCOUNT CHARGES 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, thirty-sixth annual payment 

on debenture issue of 1909 $ 25.260.00 

Less portion charged to Ontario College of Education 10.000.00 

$ 15,260.00 

Toronto General Hospital, thirty-fourth annual payment on debenture issue of 1911 

re Grant to Toronto General Hospital 15,157.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 167 

Toronto General Hospital, thirty-fourth annua! payment on debenture issue of 1911 

re Old Pathological Building 6,568.00 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, thirtieth annual payment on debenture 

issue of 1915 re Hart House 5,975.00 

Accountant. Supreme Court of Ontario, sixteenth annual payment on debenture 

issue of 1929 re Banting Institute 64,193.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons, interest on liability of $50,000.00 2,000.00 

$109,153.00 

XXV. SPECIAL RESEARCH 

Departmental Appropriations 

(a) Arts: 

Botany: 

Research Assistants (Sessional — $1,374.80): 

Miss C. E. Dill, 4 months at $120.00 per month and at 

75c per hour for 27^9 hours $ 500.63 

J. T. SIvkhuis, 3 months 225.00 

G. F. D. DufT, 2^9 months 151.67 

Miss \'. Facev, 2 months (paid also $560.00 in Arts) 140.00 

K. H. Rothfels. 2 months (paid also $560.00 in Arts) .... 140.00 

Mrs. Isa Millar, 4 weeks 80.00 

H. M. Good, 1 month (paid also $560.00 in .\its) 70.00 

Mrs. Norah J. Nolan, 3 weeks 67.50 

Expenses ($1,574.10): 

American Journal of Botany, plates 11.28 

British Drug Houses, drugs, chemicals 231.53 

Brunt Manufacturing Co., shingles, etc , 28.47 

Canadian Laborator\- Supplies, glassware, etc 37.99 

Canadian Liquid .Air Co., nitrogen 37.98 

Walter .\. Carveth, objectives 56.50 

Central Scientific Co.. chemicals, glassware 137.91 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 93.80 

R. .S. Clark, condenser, etc 30.63 

Difco Laboratories Inc., casein, etc 10.71 

T. Eaton Co., sateen, etc. 19.39 

Fisher Scientific Co., chemicals, etc 75.99 

General Biochemicals Inc., chemicals 64.97 

General Biological Supph- House, plastic covers, etc 25.01 

J. F. Hartz Co., scissors, glassware 13.75 

J. Lanoie, repair work at Bear Island Laboratory 61.65 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 10.69 

Paquin Camera W^orks, enlarger 116.55 

Postage 21.00 

Railway and Welding Supply Co., welding 26.47 

-Science Press Printing Co., reprints 18.27 

H. B. Sifton, slides .. 14.35 

Telfer Paper Box Co., boxes 20.25 

Triarch Botanical Products, slides, etc 97.87 

University Press, printing and stationery 17.03 

Travelling and Collecting Expenses: 

D. L. Bailev 11.04 

M. W. Bannan 4.48 

H. S. Jackson 27.30 

N. W. Redforth 37.37 

K. Rothfels : 7.00 

.-Xccounts under $10.00 (17) 81.35 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $36.85; labour, $39.36; 

material, $49.31 125.52 

$ 2,948.90 



Zoology : 

Research .Assistants (Sessional — $3,135.59): 

J. C. Hall, 9 months (paid also $75 in Arts) $ 675.00 

D. B. Waddell ". 600.00 

G. J. Siemens 500.00 

C. R. Goodwin 400.00 

Miss F. H. .Armstrong, 2 months 256.84 



168 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Mrs. Grace W. Scott, temporarv (paid also $225 in 

Arts) '. 225.00 

Dr. Helen S. Robinson, temporary (paid also $100 in 

Arts) 125.00 

Earl Gilbert, 9 weeks, 5 days (paid also $852.17 in Arts) 1 19.17 

Miss F. C. Elliott, 9 weeks, 5 days 114.58 

Miss Charlotte Sullivan, temporary (paid also $625 in 

Arts) 75.00 

A. Tucker, temporary (paid also $505 in Arts) 45.00 

Expenses ($793.84): 

Mrs. Walter Adamovitch, tiling boxes 74.40 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., drills, etc 56.58 

Belle Ewart Ice and Fuel, ice 15.98 

Faurot Protective Identification System, Inc., finger- 
print pads, paper 148.01 

Laidlaw Lumber Co., sawdust 33.00 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., feed 87.19 

J. H. Rvan, bookbinding 51.30 

VV. Smith, rabbits 16.00 

Toronto Elevators Ltd., feed 164.70 

Travelling Expenses: 

Miss W. Moonen 10.80 

Accounts under $10.00 (8) 44.76 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $68.11; material, $23.01 91.12 



$ 3,929.43 



Ontario Fisheries Research: 

Research Assistants (Sessional — $1,520.00): 

R. R. Langford (paid also $2,300 in Arts) $ 500.00 

Miss B. L. Stark, 40 weeks 940.00 

Jack Price, 1 month 80.00 

Expenses ($2,557.18): 

Borden Co.. milk 32.00 

Canada Metal Co., casings 32.13 

T. Eaton Co., tent 12.55 

G. B. Harlock, pump 10.00 

Instruments Ltd., thermometer, etc. 33.00 

John Leckie Ltd., cotton 30.60 

Mclnt\re and Taylor Ltd., castings...,, 10.91 

J. Owen, patterns ...; 50.00 

Postage 46.00 

Salem's Garage, repairs 46.84 

Robert Simpson Co., mattresses 36.00 

Taylor Instruments Co.'s of Canada, thermometers, 

repairs 38.48 

Trojer Natural Science Service, specimens 44.78 

University Press, printing and stationery 84.21 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) '. „. 2.59 

Sundry disbursements by department: gas and oil, 

$60.80; telephone, telegrams and sundries, $130.36; 

travelling expenses, $426. 59; living expenses, $250.74; 

hardware, $83.75; provisions, $669.25; repairs, 

$113.16; supplies, $29.57; cook's wages, $269.95 2,034.17 

Superintendent's Dept., material 12.92 



$ 10,955.51 
Less paid by Dominion Government . 272.65 



(b) Medicine: 

Experimental Medical Research: 
Salaries ($2,700.00) : 

W. Cowan, Chief Technical Assistant $ 1,800.00 

L. Hughes, Laboratory Assistant .... 900.00 

Expenses ($1,942.38): • 

Abbott Laboratories, chemicals 77.62 

Cullen and Sons, animals 324.00 

G. \V. Harris and Co., horsemeat 129.00 



$ 10,682.86 



LT»JIVERSITY OF TORONTO 169 



Ingram and Bt'l! Ltd., chemicals, drugs, etc. 470.33 

F. Jennings, sawdust 86.00 

Kelvinator of Canada Ltd., repairs 28.23 

John McGilhan, carrots 166.50 

Oster Factory Service, models 14.40 

Parkdale Laundrv 84.73 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 171.64 

Ross Miller Biscuit Co., dog biscuits 136.13 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $89.65; material, $164.15 253.80 

$ 4,642.38 

Less salary returned for 1943-44 — Wm. Green $ 75.00 

Charged to Dominion Government 466.00 

Charged to Dunlap Bequest 3.500.00 

Charged to Reeve Bequest 500.00 



4,541.00 



$ 10138 



(c) Applied Science: 

Applied Physics and Civil Engineering, Surveying and Geodesy: 

Research Assistants ($1,391.00): 

T. L. Rowe, 2,4 months (paid also $2,225 in Applied 
Science and $600 in Applied Science Summer Course, 

1945) $ 491.00 

R. L. Booth. 3 months 450.00 

L. O. Fiander, l^i months 225.00 

H. A. Jackson, P^, months 225.00 

Expenses ($6,487.89): 

Charles F. Balmer and Co., moulding forms, casting 

maps, etc 1,844.76 

Barnes and David, iron angles 72.01 

R. L. Booth, work on relief maps 59.00 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., vacuum cleaner, 

$195.51; grinders, $131.42; bearings, etc., $3.36 330.29 

Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., tubes, etc. 29.97 

H. A. Canning, work on relief maps 105.50 

J. F. Dobson, work on relief maps 1,587.75 

Eastman Photographic Stores, photographic paper 19.98 

T. L. Haines, work on relief maps 105.50 

W. Hogg, work on relief maps 379.00 

H. .-X. Jackson, work on relief maps 30.00 

J. C. King, work on relief maps 73.00 

A. Langdon, work on relief maps ..« 33.50 

Paquin Camera Works, enlarger 116.55 

Peckover's Ltd., Incite, etc 63.60 

R. Phelps, work on relief maps 390.50 

Queen City Glass Co. Ltd., glassware 26.67 

Ryerson Press, projector 84.00 

.Severance Tools of Canada, tools 160.90 

Three Dimension Co., viewers 26.92 

R. Wardell, work on relief maps 353.50 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co.. sprayer, etc. 8.95 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone calls, $83.84; labour, 

$140.96; material. $361.24 586.04 

Chemical Engineering: 

Research Assistants ($4,339.17): 

E. B. Trickey, 7 months $ 1,050.00 

S. .\. G. Singer, 7 months at $85.71 and 2 months at 

$1.50.00 900.00 

W. G. MacElhinney, 4V2 months 764.17 

C. Potter, 2 months at $112.50 per month and 3 months 

at $175.00 per month 750.00 

F. A. DeMarco, 2 months (paid also $1,222.62 in Applied 

Science) 350.00 

C. A. Farrow, 2 months 300.00 

W. F. Graydon, 2 months (paid also $1,600 in Applied 
.Science and $660 in .\pplied .Science Summer Course, 

1945) 225.00 



170 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Expenses ($83.52) : 

Aikenhead Hardware, saw 34.01 

Palmer Thermometer Co., thermometers, etc 29.93 

-Accounts under $10.00 (3) 12.07 

Superintendent's Dept., material 7.51 

Civil Engineering — Municipal and Structural: 
Research Assistants ($682.88) : 

E. T. Williams, 2^4 months 414.17 

D. J. Wallace, 4 weeks 138.46 

W. G. Tamblvn, 2 weeks 67.75 

D. H. MacDonald, 2 weeks 62..W 

Expenses ($86.57): 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 9.65 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, $32.77: material. $44.15 76.92 

Electrical Engineering: 

Expenses ('$248.17): 

Aikenhead Hardware, tools, etc 63.16 

Atlas Steels, steel 26.81 

Canadian General Electric Co., drills, etc 17.90 

Canadian Laboratory .Supplies, glassware, etc. 28.10 

Central Scientific Co. of Canada, chemicals, etc. 34.44 

Pratt and Whitne\-, thread trap 22.03 

Wholesale Radio Co. of Canada, radiotrons, sockets, etc. 27. .54 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 28.19 

Mechanical Engineering: 

Research Assistants ($1,050.00): 

W. A. Wallace, 2 months (paid also $1,800 in .\pplied 

Science) 350.00 

D. G. Huber, 2 months (paid also $1,400 in .Applied 

Science) 350.00 

R. C. Cline, 2 months :....■:.: . . 350.00 

Expenses ($39.39): 

Fibreglass Co., tape 5.52 

Rex D. McDill, film packs 16.83 

Universit\' Press, books 6.50 

.Sundr>- disbursements b\- department 5.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.66; labour, $2.28; 

material, 60c 5.54 

Metallurgical Engineering: 

Research Assistants ($1,175.00): 

J. A. King, 9 months 1.000.00 

F. Aimone, 1 month (paid also $1,600 in Applied Science) 175.00 

Expenses ($1,274.20) 

Aikenhead Hardware, tools 22.30 

Canadian Laborator\ Supplies, heating elements, rubber 

tubing, etc ' 112.26 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., motor I.i4.00 

Central Scientific Co. of Canada, gauge, shaker, etc. 345.16 

Combustion Engineering Co., mill 135.00 

Distillation Products Inc., pump 75.76 

Dominion Oxygen Co., gas 13.29 

Electro Metallurgical Co. of Canada 3.44 

Kinney Manufacturing Co., pump 222.31 

Mac\' Machinery Co., jaw chuck 22. .50 

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., pyrometer 119.80 

Superintendent's Dept.. freight 48.38 

Publications, Clerical Assistance ($122.59): 

Miss D. Birkett, extra clerical assistance 100.00 

University Press, printing and binding 22.59 

$ 16,980.38 

Charged to Wallberg Bequest $9,290.11 

Less: Sale of Relief Maps 7.690.27 

16,980.38 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 171 



(d) Dentistry: 

H. K. Box, Research Professor, Periodontologv (half-time; 

paid also $300.00 from Salaries. Dentistry)' $ 3,500.00 

A. F. Fenton, Laboratorv Technician, Periodontology (paid 

also $300.00 from Salaries, Dentistrv) 1,500.00 

$ 5,000.00 

$ 15,784.24 

Banting and Best Department of Medical Research 

(a) Banting Research: 
Salaries ($60,216.97): 

C. H. Best, Director and Professor (paid also $6,000 in 

Faculty of Medicine) $ 5.000.00 

Associate Professors: 

C. C. Lucas . 4,000.00 

W. R. Franks, at $3,700; on War Service; contribution 

to T.I. and A.A 185.04 

S. F. MacDonald, Assistant Professor, at $222.25 per month 

from October 1 and $127.50 wartime bonus 2,127.75 

Ladv Banting (Henrietta) widow of Sir Frederick Banting, 

'allowance 2,000.00 

D. B. deLur\-, Consultant in Statistics (paid also $2,500 in 

Faculty of Arts) 500.00 

Research Associates: 

A. H. Palmer, at $3,000 from September 1 ; Ob. .\pril 10, 

1945; balance of salary paid to widow 2,500.00 

Dr. Jessie H. Ridout at $2,.500; wartime bonus $165 2,665.00 

J. E. Goodwin (paid also $700 from Special Funds) 2,400.00 

A. E. MacDonald (part-time; paid also $200 in Faculty 

of Medicine) 365.00 

E. S. Goranson! at $1,600; wartime bonus $130 1,730.00 

Miss J. M. Lang, at $1,550; wartime bonus $127.50 1,677.50 

Mrs. Rosemary B. Hawkins, at $1,500; wartime bonus 

$125 1,625.00 

J. J. Russell, 5 months at $205 per month 1,025.00 

D. C. O'Connell, 6 months at $1,900; wartime bonus 

$72.50 1,022.50 

Miss M. J. Murrav, at $1,020 from September 1; war- 
time bonus $84.20 934.20 

Miss M. M. Shaw (paid also $660 from Special Funds); 

wartime bonus $66 726.00 

Miss J. M. Patterson, at $1,440 from February 1; war- 
time bonus $50.83 650.83 

Mrs. Jean Gastle, at $1,020 from September 5; wartime 

bonus $46.08; resigned February 17 511.36 

A. J. Chechak, at $75 per month from March 12 419.15 

On War Service: 

L. B. Macpherson 

N. R. Stephenson 

C. S. McArthur. Research Fellow (paid also $1,000 in 

Faculty of Medicine) 2,000.00 

Assistants: 

Miss M. O'Grady, at $1,200; wartime bonus $110 1,310.00 

Miss A. Corrigan, 83^ months at $1,140; wartime bonus 

$77.66 905.08 

C. R. Cowan, Senior Technical Assistant and Controller, at 

$2,500; on War Service; contribution to Pension Fund 75.00 

Technicians: 

H. M. Douglas, at $1,400; wartime bonus $120 l,.-»20.00 

F. W. Funn, at $950; wartime bonus $95 1.045.00 

T. Lenno.x, at $820; wartime bonus $82 902.00 

On War Service: 

G. Parkes, at $1,300; contribution to Pension Fund 35.75 



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No. 12 



J. E. Walker, at $1,200; contribution to Pension Fund 30.00 
L. C. Brock, at $1,440; contribution to Pension Fund 39.60 
W. Watson, at $780 

Laboratory Technicians: 

Miss A. Crooks, at $900; wartime bonus $90 990.00 

Miss A. Marett, 33 weeks at $18 per week; wartime 

bonus $52.80 580.80 

Miss Henrietta Morgan, 30 weeks at $15.75 per week; 

wartime bonus $47.25 _. 519.75 

Miss B. Wilbv, 30 weeks at $15.75 per week; wartime 

bonus $47.25 519.75 

Miss Gwen Deller, 12 weeks, 4 days at $16 per week; 

wartime bonus $20.80 ' 228.85 

Miss A. R. Grant, at $960; resigned September 7; war- 
time bonus $17.87 196.54 

Miss Joyce Henderson, 1 week, 1 da>' at $16 per week . 18.70 

Mrs. Gladys Steele, Technical Assistant, at $900; on leave of 

absence for 1 week without salary; wartime bonus $88.31 971.38 

Laboratory Assistants: 

P. C. Fitz-James, at $100 per month; wartime bonus $110 1,310.00 

Miss B. McCallum, at $85 per month ; resigned August 26 156.30 

Miss M. Comer, 1 month 85.00 

Mrs. Alison Moffitt, Laboratory Attendant, at $780; war- 
time bonus $78 858.00 

J. W. Daniel, Laboratory Technician, at $60 per month; re- 
signed August 12; wartime bonus $8.33 91.58 

Miss E. L. Mahon, Secretary, at $1,350; wartime bonus 

$117.50 '. 1,467.50 

Secretarial Assistants: 

Miss M. J. Millar, at $1,200; wartime bonus $110 1,310.00 

Miss F. F. Herbert, at $1,100; wartime bonus $105 1,205.00 

Miss M. L. W'ilkinson, Secretarial and Library Assistant, 

at $1,300; wartime bonus $115 1,415.00 

Temporary Animal Caretakers: 

Alfred Currell, at $1,007.65; wartime bonus $99.36 1,107.01 

Joseph M. Cavanaugh, at $876.50; wartime bonus $85.75 962.25 

J. Hector Jakeman, at $19.50 per week; resigned Ma\' 12; 

wartime bonus $72.22 800.22 

George Williamson, 6 weeks at $19.50 per week; wartime 

bonus $12.26 135.76 

Arthur Starnino, 6 weeks at $19.50 per week; wartime 

bonus $11.61 128.61 

G. Pennell, 3 weeks, 7 days at $16.50 per week; wartime 

bonus $6.88 ' 75.63 

George Austin, 2 weeks, 8 days at $16.50 per week; war- 
time bonus $5.50 60.50 

Donald Scroggie, 2 weeks, 5 days at $15.75 per week .... 44.65 

George Kett, 1 week, 3 davs at $16.50 per week; wartime 

bonus $2.48 ' 27.23 

Bernard Bennett, 1 week, 2 days at $16.50 per week; 

wartime bonus $2.20 ^ 24.20 

Cellular Physiology: 

Dr. Bruno Mendel, Professor 5,000.00 

Expenses ($27,800.18): 

Agfa Ansco of Canada, developer 10.20 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware 241.59 

American Society of Biological Chemists Inc., reprints 36.28 

Art Metropole, instruments, etc 46.95 

Associated Screen News, print 53.25 

Ayerst, McKenna and Harrison, drugs 47.25 

Baker Platinum Co. of Canada, palladium powder 10.08 

Barker Breden Bakeries, bread 221.12 

E. G. A. Boulton, rental of photographic equipment 500.00 

Bradley-Edwards Electric Co., armatures, coils 13.58 

Brent Laboratories Ltd., lenses 118.40 

British Drug Houses, drugs, etc 473.21 

Canada Colours and Chemicals, chemicals 182.10 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 173 



Canada Representatives, virus 19.25 

Canadian Electrical Supph Co., batteries 21.41 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps, bulbs, etc. 39.86 

Canadian Industries Ltd., chemicals 46.97 

Canadian Laborator\- Supplies, chemicals, glassware 961.53 

Canadian Medical Association, subscription, reprints 14.50 

Canadian National Telegraphs 25.60 

Canadian Pacific Railways, telegrams 98.80 

Canadian Photo Copy Co., photostats 39.15 

Canadian Research Institute, pyrometer 36.00 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., mirrors, etc 23.33 

Canvas Specialty Co., tarpaulin, etc 29.94 

Carbo Ice (Ontario), dry ice 18.44 

Carswel! Co., books 39.67 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 3,653.41 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 186.14 

Chicago Diabetic Supply House, flour 21.47 

Connaught Laboratories, insulin, etc 40.60 

Consumers' Gas Co., rental 10.00 

Crane Ltd., valves, etc 17.28 

E. Cullen and Sons, animals 542.90 

Dalglish (Ontario) Limited, orvus paste 59.13 

Davis Gelatine (Canada), gelatine 110.79 

Difco Laboratories, chemicals, etc 24.01 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals, films, etc 570.04 

Eastman Photographic Stores, chemicals, films, etc 98.55 

T. Eaton Co., sugar, filters, utensils, etc 449.44 

Eldorado Mining and Refining, preparing tube of pitchblend 10.00 

Electronics, subscription 11.00 

Fischer and Porter Co., rotameters 109.37 

General Biochemicals Inc., chemicals 30.24 

Ralph Gibson, animals 24.50 

Herbert Gillies, books 17.28 

Grand and Toy, paper, etc 10.00 

Wm. Harris and Co. Ltd., horsemeat 205.30 

Herback and Radman Co., tube 17.87 

Hobbs Glass Ltd.. plexiglass 11.91 

Hobart Manufacturing Co., meat grinder 140.30 

Imperial Oil, parowax 12.62 

Industrial Iron and Machinery Co., aluminum forms 23.60 

Ingram and Bell, bandages, gauge, chemicals, etc. 1.273.29 

Intricate Devices, temperature indicator 32.75 

Invisible Lens Inc., lenses, etc. 48.19 

Lederle Laboratories Inc., chemicals 42.57 

Eli Lilly and Co., capsules 54.46 

Lockhart's Camera Exchange, filters, bulbs, etc 42.52 

McCutcheon's Camera Shop, film. etc. 19.35 

McKague Chemical Co., chemicals 123.99 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 84.61 

Masco Electric Co., batteries, etc. 39.46 

Mrs. Ena Mason, chemical analyses 34.00 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, rental of cyclotron 

and related staff .'. 428.75 

Master Optical Co., lens 22.48 

Medalta Sales Registered, crocks , 36.25 

Merck and Co., chemicals 1.311.84 

Milton-Thompson Electric, rewinding motor 10.60 

Mitchell and McGill, desks, chairs 90.30 

James Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., valv^es 15.64 

National Grocers, corn oil 26.33 

National Refining Co., lucitone 10.50 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., folders, tabs, etc 24.60 

Dr. A. H. Palmer, travelling expenses 126.96 

Parkdale Laundry 604.95 

Peckover's Limited, metal rods 19.86 

S. B. Penick, digitonin 42.24 

Pcrga Containers, containers 10.50 

Leonard A. Philip and Co., calculating machine 657.07 

Postage 225.56 

Proctor and Gamble Co., pinex 42.40 

Prvall and Nve, radio batteries 11.85 



174 REPORT O F THE No. 12 

Railway Engineering Specialties Ltd., welding, cutting, etc. 148.69 

Ratcliffe Paper Co., twine 1S.48 

Receiver General of Canada, helium 30.00 

Renold Coventry, pinions, etc 15.89 

Richards Glass Co., glassware 104.40 

Drs. Richards, Singleton and Hall, X-rays of staff 86.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter service, ribbons 95.20 

John Rol, animals ■_ 15.05 

Dr. J. Sacks, honorarium for lecture and consultations 77.98 

Safety Supply Co., gloves 10.20 

Max Scheerle, objective 66.00 

Science Press Printing Co., reprints 15.54 

Fred Shornev Ltd., films, filters, etc 192.30 

E. B. Shuttleworth Chemical Co., drugs, etc 9.').96 

Standard Brands, yeast 1-4-40 

Starkman's, ampoules 16.00 

Super Health Aluminum Co., spinnings and chucks 38.00 

Swift Canadian Co., meat .....: 43.01 

Tordoflf Electric Co., motors.. ....: -ILOO 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising \^'o^ 

Toronto Elevators, feed 1,179.25 

Trane Co. of Canada, climate changers, etc 1,024.03 

Tumblebrook Farms, animals ^^''^"Ro 

A'ictor X-Ray Corporation, cardiograph paper 14.82 

Wagner Electric Co., repairs 11.00 

S. S. White Co. of Canada, nitrogen, etc 57.91 

Fred J. Whitlow and Co., clinitest 19.50 

Wholesale Radio Co., rheostat, etc 37.64 

John Wyeth and Bro., chemicals, acids, etc 1,216.71 

Universit\- Press, printing and stationery 784.57 

Accountsunder $10.00 (52) , 237.39 

Sundr\- disbursements bv department: supplies and sundries, 

$i62.77; stationerv and drugs, $47.50; hardware, $34.15; 

carfare, $26.25; postage, $11.47 282.14 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $354.51; freight, etc., 

$183.31; labour, $2,212.28; material, $2,427.27 5,177.37 

Contribution to Pension Fund 1,157.46 

Sub-Department of Cellular Ph>'siology ($487.04): 

British Drug Houses, chemicals ^?^ni 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 0710 

Cullen and Son, animals 170Q1 

General Biological Supply House, specimens cq 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, tvpewriter service li'co 

S. S. White Co. of Canada, gas 37.52 

Universitv Press, books, binding ol'^o 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 24.42 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $22.80; freight, $28.38; 

material, $34.15 , 8D.33 



Credited from: 

Banting Research Foundation $16,000.00 

Dr. C. H. Best, return of Naval Stipend 4,000.00 

Sale of material, return of containers, etc _4,468.00 

Charged to Insulin Committee Grants .54,036.19 



$ 88,504.19 



78,504.19 
$ 10,000.00 



(b) Best Research: 

Salaries ($8,386.68): 

D. Y. Solandt, Associate Professor (paid also in Faculty of 

Medicine and in School of Hygiene from .Special Funds) 300.00 

Research Assistants: 

G. A. Wrenshall, at $1,500; wartime bonus $99; (paid 

also $1,000 in Faculty of Arts) -^''^^Fn? 

Mrs. D. Ursula Irish, 2 months; wartime bonus $17.04 191.04 

Mrs. Jean Collins- Williams, at $1,200 from April 1. 

resigned April 30 1*J7.75 

F. L. Robinson, Head of Technical StafT (paid also $2,000 in 

Facultv of Medicine); wartime bonus $33 533.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 175 



Technical Assistants: 

Alfred Hartop, at $2.5 per week; wartime bonus $103.74 1 234 58 

-Mrs Florence Lutton. at $16 per week; wartime bonus 

$83.46 gjg jQ 

Mrs. Elizabeth Adsit; wartime bonus $83.07. ...........Z. 913 83 

C. D. Cowie: wartime bonus $52.92; resigned Mav 19 634^10 

-Mrs. Bessie Winterton, at $9.60 per week; wartime'bonus 

$50.08 5-,Q8g 

Arthur Holmes, from Mav 7 at $34 per week; wartime 

bonus $21.28 293 28 

Mrs. Ann I. Laing, 3 months; wartime bonus $25.20 . 277 20 

Ralph Shepherd, at $17 per week; wartime bonus $20.68- 

left .September 23 ' 227 51 

Douglas R. Ir\ine, at $18 per week from June 5; wartime 

bonus $10.80; (paid also in Chemical Engineering) 118.80 

J. Linton, 3 days; wartime bonus .53c 11.53 

On War Service: 

Charles Scattergood, at $875; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 21 90 

J. Scattergood, at $1,150; contribution to Pension 

Fund 3j g5 

Mrs. E. Jean Pugh, Demonstrator (paid also $500 from 

School of Physical and Health Education and $500 from 

Special Funds) 200 00 

Miss D. M. Secord. Secretarial Assistant; wartime bonus 

$12.50; (paid also $1,350 in Faculty of Medicine) 162.50 

Expenses ($2,973.76): 

Associated Screen News Ltd., film 52 56 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps, holders, etc! '''.''' .' 93.09 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 1 089 28 

E. Cullen and Sons, animals 455 82 

Eastman Photographic Stores, process plates, etc 21 81 

T. Eaton Co., batteries !".."'... 53 01 

Edmund Salvage Co., lenses, etc !.!......'....' 19.46 

Ingram and Bell, gauze, needles, drugs, etc 14"^ 18 

Kelle\- Feed and Seed, feed '''''''' 224 05 

N. Langmuir Manufacturing Co., cases for visual vacuitv 

apparatus • jq 08 

Marine Biological Laboratory, specimens ^... 64 16 

Perkins Electric Co., wall screen " ' 50 35 

Science Press Printing Co., reprints ..ZZZZZZZZZZ'Z'Z ^ 4 11 

WaverK- Press Inc., reprints ''.'."'''' 49 29 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, photronic cells 32 69 

Wholesale Radio Co., switches, wire, etc 76 68 

University Press, stationery 23.05 

Travelling Expenses: 

Dr. C. H. Best 177.75 

Dr. G. A. Wrenshall 64 54 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2.26; materiair$28.54 3080 

Contribution to Pension Fund 179 00 

c , f X- , r^ . $ 11.360.44 

bale ot Naval Equipment, etc $2,032.83 

Charged to Insulin Committee Grants 4!327.61 

— 6.360.44 

$ 5.000.00 

$ 30,784.24 

APPENDIX HI 

University Press 

Ledger Balances (net) as at 30th June, 1944: 

Contingent Reserve Account « roiansi 

Surplus .Account .......:;:.:: * 21.623:45 

$ 28,869.53 



176 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Transactions for the year ending 30th June, 1945 

Receipts from Press, Book Department and Publications $421,443.15 

Expenditures (including plant purchased and charged to 

Surplus Account) $369,937.63 

Grant to Alumni Federation of the University of Toronto 1 ,200.00 

371,137.63 

50,305.52 

$ 79,175.05 
Transferred from Surplus Account to University Revenue 10,000.00 



$ 69,175.05 



Note 

The above figures cover the accounts passing through the Bursar's 
Office. Supplementary thereto the Acting Manager of the Press had 
on hand on 30th June, 1945, as shown by his records, in\'entories, etc., 
(including work in progress) $97,366.87; accounts receivable (less 
reser\'e) $36,293.82; less sundry liabilities (net) $22,257.94; making 
with the above cash balance of $69,175.05 a total surplus oAtr 
Liabilities of $180,617.80. 

Details of Expenditure 

Salaries and Wages, including Wartime Bonus ($120,604.02): 

A. Gordon Burns, Manager, at $4,800; on War Service; contribu- 
tion to Pension Fund $ 150.00 

W. J. Dunlop, Acting Manager (paid also $6,000 as Director of 

Universitv Extension and Publicitv) 1.200.00 

Miss E. M. Walker, Secretary .' 2,562.00 

Clerks: 

Miss I. E. McTaggart 1.835.00 

Mrs. Ellen W. Buzek, 3 months at $1,400; 9 months, part- 
time, at $700; resigned June 30 957.50 

Miss N. M. Reany 1.730.00 

Mrs. Florence Friendship 1.441.25 

Miss M. Store> , at $1,200; on W'ar Service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 36.00 

Miss R. Mitchell 1,310.00 

Miss M. MacMurray 1.231.25 

Miss D. Hand 1,205.00 

Miss M. Lewis 1,205.00 

Miss B. Roberts 1,205.00 

Miss K. Cassels. at $1,050; resigned Julv 31, 1944 96.04 

Mrs. F. Davev, at $1,040; transferred to Wages, April 1, 1945 808.91 

Mrs. E. Groom, at $950; resigned April 30, 1945 870.84 

Miss A. E. Morris 572.00 

George Edwards, Caretaker, at $1,600; resigned August 31, 1944 288.32 

C. Burnell, 2 months; transferred to Wages 205.20 

Pay lists, wages of employees 101,694.71 

Editorial .Services ($4,154.50): 

Mrs. Alison Hewitt, General Editor $ 2,304.50 

Mrs. M. L. Bladen 50.00 

V. W. Bladen 430.00 

A. Bradv 100.00 

G. W. Brown 400.00 

P. Child 200.00 

D. G. Creighton 200.00 

W. P. M. Kennedv 250.00 

J. R. MacGillivrav 150.00 

Dr. Mabel Timlin 20.00 

A. S. P. Woodhouse 50.00 

Payments to contributors to Publications 300.00 

Payments of Royalties and returns from sales 5,593.46 

Grant to .Alumni Federation of the University of Toronto 1,200.00 

Supplies and general operating expenses ($75,681.12): 

Acco Canadian Co., binders, etc 352.07 



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177 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd. 

Howard Albin, cases 

Alexander and Cable Lithographing Co 

Art Metropole, paper, etc. 

Barber Ellis of Canada, envelopes, etc 

Wm. Bartlett and Sons, shades, etc. , 

Mrs. Edith Bayliss, compassionate allowance 

Board of Trade. Toronto, dues, assessments 

J. R. Brooker, drawing 

Brown Bros., stationery 

Buntin Reid Co., paper 

Charles Bush Ltd., ink, rollers 

Bernard Cairns, daters, stamps 

Canada Carbon and Ribbon Co., carbon 

Canada Metal Co., metal 

Canada Paper Wholesale Ltd., paper 

Canadian Linot\pe Ltd., parts, etc. 

Canada Printing Inks Co.. ink 

Canadian Pacific Railwa\- Co., telegrams 

Carbon Paper Service Bureau, carbon, etc 

Carroll's Canadian Metals, metal 

Eugene E. Carroll Co., grinding knives 

Central Scientific Co., scissors, forceps, etc 

A. R. Davey and Co.. card trays, etc. 

Delaney and Pettit Ltd., glue 

W. R. b'E\e Paper Pads, pads 

Walter Dickinson and Co., pencils, gold leaf, etc 

Dixon Pencil Co., pencils 

Dominion Blank Book Co., refills, covers 

Dominion Envelope Co., envelopes 

Dominion Paper Box, boxes 

Eagle Pencil Co. of Canada, pencils, etc 

T. Eaton Co., chairs, etc 

Eclipse Fountain Pen and Pencil Co., pens, pencils 

E. B. Eddy Co., paper 

Elliott Addressing ^Vlachine Co., stencils, paper, etc 

Eversharp Canada, pens, pencils, etc 

Fine Papers Ltd., paper * 

W. J. Gage and Co., stationery 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd.. stencils 

Grand and Toy Ltd., staplers, binders, etc. 

Graphic Engravers Ltd., engraving 

Gummed Papers Ltd., tape, etc. 

Mrs. A. Hackett, proof-reading 

Fred W. Halls Paper Co., paper 

T. H. Hancock Ltd., lumber 

G. A. Hardie and Co., flannel, etc 

W. E. Hardman Co., ruling 

Harris Leybold Potter, repairs, etc. 

Henderson Bros. Ltd., ruling 

High Park Window Cleaners 

Index Card Co., guides 

Itaglio Gravers Ltd., Christmas cards 

The Levis, cleaning cloths, etc 

Luckett Loose Leaf Ltd., zip-kits, covers, etc 

Mimeograph Co., stencils, etc 

Mono-Lino Typesetting Co., casting, typesetting 

Monotype Co. of Canada, parts, type 

Moore Type Foundry-, t\pe 

Murray Printing Co., setting type 

National Cash Register Co., cash register, $435.00; paper, etc. 

$70.16 

National Metal Co., metal 

Nichols .Advertisers, pads 

O. J. Ouellette et Cie, paper 

Parker Fountain Pen Co., pens, repairs, etc 

R. A. Phillips, pennants, crests, etc 

Provincial Paper Ltd., paper 

Railway and Welding Supply Co., graph paper 

Raine Engraving Co., dies, plates 

Reliance Engravers Ltd., engraving 



70.61 
63.12 

286.20 

30.05 

2,877.53 

38.09 

500.00 

125.00 

51.50 

1,635.90 

5,287.83 

1,304.16 

33.42 

190.75 

4.55.74 

1.318.29 

373.66 

31.50 

71.10 

312.63 

82.53 

62.15 

192.50 

69.86 

148.66 

.54.74 

280.42 

41.64 

986.14 

124.90 

643.80 

371.98 

93.08 

259.58 

4,713.36 

86.86 

59.85 

91.87 

4,282.86 

310.20 

105.60 

2,619.16 

71.39 

59.20 

279.35 

93.96 

117.83 

140.00 

.30.59 

663.75 

45.00 

28.80 

132.60 

225.56 

3.937.87 

32.07 

1,501.37 

524.96 

34.95 

29.64 

505.16 

196.70 

90.76 

329.01 

1,378.78 

521.53 

10,119.77 

47.22 

61.02 

2,311.34 



178 



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No. 12 



Remington Rand Ltd., typewriter 176.18 

Robbins and Townsend Ltd., inspections, etc 279.35 

Rous and Mann Press Ltd., printing 56.16 

Ryerson Press, binders 35.53 

Sears Limited, gears, repairs 96.80 

W. A. Sheaffer Co. of Canada, pens, ink, repairs 84.34 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Ltd., paper 1,065.16 

Standard Embossing Co., embossing 135.37 

Stephens Sales Ltd., stencils, ink, etc 154.27 

Jas. Taylor, partial reimbursement for bicycle stolen while on 

University Press business 45.00 

Toronto Envelope Co. Ltd., envelopes 290.66 

Toronto Graphic Arts, dues 724.36 

Toronto Type Foundry Co., repairs, part 228.52 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, ribbons, etc 40.62 

United Carr Fastener Co., padlocks 32.40 

United Paper Mills Ltd., paper 8,565.59 

Universal Thread Co., thread 45.00 

University Extension, clerical assistance 37.60 

Venus Pencil Co., pencils, ink 180.27 

Arthur \'errall, cases 63.00 

Victoria Paper and Twine Co., paper, twine 671.38 

Duncan Waddell, compassionate allowance 300.00 

L. E. Waterman Co.. pens, ink, etc. 1,176.97 

Whyte Hook Paper Co., paper 473.52 

Thomas Wilkins, ink, pads, etc 191.55 

C. C. Wilmot. cases _ 63.00 

Wilson Munroe Co., paper, tape, etc 5,154.43 

York Electrotvpers Ltd., electrotype 254.20 

Accounts under $25.00 (54) 4.59.00 

Books ($117,923.40): 

Abbington-Cokesbury Press 28.38 

Academic Press 129.62 

Addison Waverlv Press 240.75 

Thomas Allen Ltd 277.64 

Allvn and Bacon 278.63 

Ambassador Books Ltd. 1,088.43 

American Chemical Society 59.60 

American Dental Association .52.50 

American Institute of Physics 42.56 

American Institute of Steel Construction 218.75 

American Journal of Physiology 30.00 

American Library Association 242.18 

American Medical Association 236.38 

American News Co 32.92 

American Society for Testing Materials 44.61 

Annual Review 95.35 

D. Appleton Centurv Co 3,338.19 

Arthurs-Jones ' 949.78 

Barnes and Noble 564.85 

V. W. Blakiston Co 960.78 

Blackhalland Co 240.18 

Blue Ribbon Books 204.22 

Book Market 57.02 

Bureau of Publications, Teachers' College 79.31 

Burgess Publishing Co 42.74 

Butterworth and Co. (Canada) 41.34 

Canadian Nurses Association 111.05 

Canadian Pharmaceutical Association 112.50 

Canadian Political Science Association 33.00 

Carswell Co 573.48 

Cassel and Co 132.46 

W. and R. Chambers 173.23 

Chemical Publishing Co 32.74 

Chemical Rubber Co 448.35 

J. and A. Churchill 138.28 

Clarke Irwin and Co 5,909.99 

Wm. Collins Sons and Co 198.72 

Columbia University Press 1.53. .50 

Commonwealth Publishers 165.39 

Copp Clarke Co 5,232.15 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 179 



C. C. Crawford 65.89 

Thomas Crowell Co r>9.u7 

Wm. Dawson Subscription Service 426.66 

J. M. Dent and Sons (Canada) 1,380.10 

Dental Items of Interest 33.44 

F. M. Dille 26.00 

Dodd Mead and Co 890.17 

Dover Publications 31.60 

E. P. Dutton 34.33 

Edwards Bros ■• •*7.82 

Embassy Book Co 6,400.44 

Farrar and Rinehart 236.39 

Foreign Policv Association 27.40 

Forest Press..' 115.04 

French and European Publications 37.62 

Samuel French (Canada) 36.29 

W. J. Gage and Co 4,551.57 

Garrad Press 31.87 

General Publishing Co 103.86 

GinnandCo 3,271.40 

Grenville Books 35.20 

Harcourt Brace and Co 5.53.19 

Harvard Universitv Press 326.61 

Harper and Bros...' 1,139.70 

Paul B. Hoeber fil-30 

Houghton Mifflin Co 1,419.36 

W. Heffer and Sons 27.32 

Industrial Press 28.80 

International Correspondence Schools 3.56.03 

Interscience Publishers 163.36 

Fred G. Ketcheson 88.75 

Lawyers' Co-operative Press 36.00 

Librairie Beauchemin 390.89 

Life Underwriters Association of Canada 1,731.60 

J. B. Lippincott Co 744.44 

Longmans Green and Co 3,595.78 

Lovola Universitv Press 30.89 

McAinsh and Co'. 8,234.39 

McClelland and Stewart !: 404.70 

McGraw-Hill Book Co 3,345.05 

George J. McLeod 182.24 

MacMillan Co. of Canada 15,941.08 

Medico Dental Publishing Co 290.09 

Medicolilm Service of the Armv Medical Library 31.50 

Merck and Co '. 130.00 

Musson Book Co _ . 402.39 

National Education Association 25.09 

Thomas Nelson and Sons 411.13 

Northern Miner Press 28.00 

Nordeman Publishing Co 136.54 

W. W. Norton Co 158.78 

Obrig Laboratories 40.62 

Odessv Press 213.77 

Ontario News Co. Ltd 208.45 

Oxford L^niversity Press 112.48 

Philosophical Library 37.57 

Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons (Canada) 1,925.96 

Prentice-Hall 772.04 

Professional Press 39.20 

Random House of Canada 398.09 

Receiver General of Canada 542.51 

Reinhold Publishing Corporation 341.53 

Ronald Press 56.80 

Royal Ontario Museum 53.60 

Ryerson Press 1,447.87 

Saturday Night Press 48.45 

S. J. Reginald Saunders and Co 96.90 

Science Press Printing Co 45.87 

-Science Research Associates 35.20 

Charles Scribner's Sons 233.67 

Simpkin, Marshall 2,467.93 



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Peter Smith 

Smithers and Bonellie 

Stanford University Press 

H. M. Stationery Office 

G. E. Stechert and Co 

Chas. C. Thomas 

Fred. Unger Publishing Co 

U.S. Superintendent of Documents 

U.S. Naval Institute 

University Associates of Canada Ltd. 

University of Chicago Press 

University of Mexico Press 

University of Minnesota Press 

University Prints 

D. Van Nostrand 

John C. Winston Co 

Workers' Educational Association of Canada 

John Wile\- and Sons 

Williams Press 

Williams and Wilkins 

H. W. Wilson Co 

Year Book Publishers 

.Accounts under $25.00 (284) 

Sundrx' purchases, second hand books 



Microscopes ($4,894.50): 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., microscopes, etc. 

W. Breakwell 

Walter Carveth 

J. G. Leonard 

J. D. McQueen 

E. T. Peer 

D. J. S. Plant 

Max Scheerle 



Slide Rules: 

Keuffle and Esser 

Advertising. $950.91; postage and excise, $3,882.40; bank charges and 

exchange. $4,069.91; freight, express and cartage, $8,293.09; 

meals for night work, $251.37; cleaning, $242.40; stationery, 

$136.62; sundries, $286.54 

Heat and light. $2,749.91; gas, $282.42; telephone, $425.38; water, 

$92.85 _ 

Superintendent's charges, labour, $808.57; material, $914.46 

Collector of Customs and Excise, sales tax 

Contributions to Employees' Pension Account 

Interest charged on debit balances 

Plant Account: 

Harris Seybold Potter (Canada), double wrap tying machine 



67..52 
31.36 
56.74 

104.32 
74.76 
28.22 
32.27 

113.13 

106.22 
41.62 

174.08 
45.30 
39.19 

156.55 

835.68 

49.70 

60.82 

8,591.05 

42.00 

13.965.37 

136.42 

27.94 

2.416.00 

359.92 

4,147.00 
115.00 
185.50 
130.00 
130.00 

55.00 
100.00 

32.00 

7.428.59 



18,113.24 

3,550.56 

1,723.03 

8,178.26 

947.09 

245.86 



$370,537.63 

600.00 

$371,137.63 



APPENDIX IV. 
Superintendent's Stores and Sundry Labour Account 



Ledger Balance, 30th June, 1944 

Purchases made during 1944-45: 

Acadian .Auto Service, overhauling 

Advance Glass and Mirror Co., glass 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware 

.\llanson .Armature Mfg. Co., coils, repairs, etc. 

-Apco Industries, cleansol 

.Armstrong Cork and Insulator Co., corkboard 

.\rt Wire and Iron Co., circular stair, etc 

Asbestos Buildings and Supply Co., flexboards 

.Associated Chemical Co., chemicals 

Atlas Asbestos Co.. asbestos 

Bains and David Co., steel 



55.55 
501.26 

1,881.63 
187.77 
614.23 
620.50 
4.50.00 
512.05 
348.07 
42.19 
692.49 



$ 19,833.72 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 181 



Bay Salvage Co., desks, chairs 92.00 

Beardmore and Co., belting 183.98 

Beldam .Asbestos Packing Ltd., blocks, gaskets, etc 2o0.97 

Berr\- Bros., v^arnish, etc 74.53 

Black and Decker Mfg. Co., repairs, etc 35.59 

Boake Manufacturing Co., lumber 1,983.00 

Boeckh and Co., brushes 123.91 

Brandram, Henderson, paint 34.52 

British Columbia Plywoods, wallboard 118.81 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., repairs, etc 548.80 

Builders' Supph , cement, stone, etc. 539.01 

Robert Bury and Co. (Canada), lumber 1,813.41 

Casselman Co., cheesecloth, waste 378.50 

Central Scientific Co., regulators, etc 141.79 

Chambers and Cooke, belts 76.63 

Colgate- Palmolive-Peet Co., soap 102.96 

Collins Tire Shop, casings, repairs 61.05 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., glass 1,520.85 

Continental Can Co., cans, covers 37.4.5 

Cooksville Brick Co., brick 49.11 

Corbett-Cowle>- Ltd., laboratory coats, etc 949.90 

Corning Glass Works, glass 121.46 

Craing Printers, parts 135.43 

Crane Ltd., plumbing supplies 3,805.61 

Cross Polishes, polish 38.52 

Crown Diamond Paint Co., enamel, etc. 34.20 

W. H. Cunningham and Hill Ltd., plumbing supplies 699.74 

Currie Products, paint, etc 538.16 

Canada Building Materials, gravel, etc 70.70 

Canada Hardware, hardware 375.84 

Canada Metal Co., castings, solder, etc. 541.49 

Canada Wire and Cable Co., wire 499.69 

Canadian .\llis-Chalmers, texropes 29.64 

Canadian Asbestos (Ontario), asbestos, etc 106.03 

Canadian Chromolox Co., heaters, etc 117.71 

Canadian Durex Abrasives, abrasives 66.02 

Canadian General Electric Co., electrical supplies 800.28 

Canadian Germicide Co., sanitar\- supplies 159.18 

Canadian Ice Machine Co., regulator 35.10 

Canadian Industries, acid, paint, etc. 1,843.64 

Canadian Johns-Manville Co., hbretex, etc 1,208.32 

Canadian Metal Windows and Steel Products, furnishing and in- 
stalling vents 115.08 

Canadian Mill Supply Co., sheets, cotton 255.05 

Canadian National Carbon Co., brushes 222.26 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, brooms 294.62 

Canadian Office and School Furniture, master mixer 33.64 

Canadian Oil Co., kerosene 42.07 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., repairs 224.41 

Canadian S.K.F. Co., bearings 40.35 

Canadian Sirocco Co., motors, blowers, etc 2,144.06 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., electrical supplies 305.62 

Darnell Corporation of Canada, casters, etc. 416.54 

Dearborn Chemical Co., feed water treatment 31.99 

Derrett Ltd., twine, etc 26.68 

Diamond Cleanser and Soaps, soap 1,113.76 

Diamond State Fibre Co., fibre sheet 28.43 

W. E. Dillon Co., grilles, etc 42.64 

Henry Disston and Sons, saws, blades, etc 217.38 

Dominion Bridge Co., beams, plates, etc. 429.54 

Dominion Carbon Brush Co., brushes 77.64 

Dominion Linseed Oil Co., oil 366.81 

Dominion Ox\gen Co., ox>gen, repairs, etc 683.65 

Downing and Co., fuses, refills 546.37 

Drummond McCail Co., tubing, steel, etc 369.88 

C. -A. Dunham and Co., valves, traps, etc 1.464.17 

T. Platon Co., linoleum, chairs, sugar, etc 937.20 

E. B. Eddv Co., towels, etc .-. 1.197.00 

Ellis and Howard, flashlights 32.40 

Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., plumbing supplies 1.662.93 

Engineering Equipment Co., enamel 106.00 



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No. 12 



Ennis Wonder Polish Co., polish 172.80 

Evans Co., chamois 99.96 

Ewing and Gregor Ltd., dowels 25.92 

Fairbanks Lumber and Coal Co., gyproc 145.75 

Fairview Chemical Co., sweeping compound 568.00 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., sanding tables 30.00 

E. B. Fielding, turpentine 582.01 

Thos. Firth and John Brown, steel 1,879.08 

E. T. Flanagan, water feeder 38.00 

D. N. Eraser, belts 27.52 

Gall Lumber Co., lumber... 903.47 

Garage Supply Co., batteries, testers, etc 65.46 

Garlock Packing Co.. coils, gaskets, etc 163.90 

General Dry Batteries of Canada Ltd., batteries 219.72 

General Steel Wares, pails, etc 508.86 

Gooderham and Worts, alcohol 30,017.01 

Grand and Toy, binders, indexes, etc 301.95 

B. Greening Wire Co., wire cloth 246.28 

Grinnell Co. of Canada, hardware 6,496.56 

A. Guinness and Co., napkins, etc 69.30 

Gutta Percha and Rubber, hose, etc 104.62 

Joe Hampson, sand and gravel 42.00 

G. A. Hardie and Co., cotton 176.81 

Harpham Bros., casings 75.70 

W. Harris and Co., glue 41.04 

Hart and Cooley Manufacturing Co. of Canada, registers 49.73 

Geo. H. Hees Son and Co., cord, webbing 141.03 

George M. Hendry Co., chalk, blackboards 199.40 

Harry Hoyle, varnish, paint 273.19 

Hvdro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, lamps, etc 3,853.35 

Imperial Oil Ltd., oil 98.98 

Imperial \'arnish and Color Co., paint 270.27 

International \'arnish Co., paint 3,205.81 

Wm. Jessop and Sons, castings, steel 25.48 

Jones and Moore Electric Co., rewind motor 28.66 

M. Katz, heater 80.00 

George Keith and Son, seed 252.00 

Kilgour's Ltd., towels, dixie cups, bags 7,451.06 

Knox College, motor 75.00 

La France Fire Engine and Foamite, fire extinguishers, repairs .. 364.75 

R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., lumber, insulation, masonite, etc 5,051.89 

Langmuir Paint Co., paint 277.07 

John Leckie Ltd., flags, ropes, etc 88.18 

.Arthur S. Leitch and Co., steam traps, etc 370.56 

A. C. Leslie and Co., floor plates 136.43 

Lowe Bros., paint 119.95 

Lund\" Fence Co., fencing 180.55 

Robert McCausland, reflectors 36.00 

McColl Frontenac Oil Co., oil 95.28 

McFarlane Gendron Mfg., ladders '.:.... 35.86 

Mclntyre and Ta\lor, grates, bar, etc 109.41 

McKav Muldoon, rock, stone, cement, etc 254.59 

H. R. MacMillan Sales (Ontario) Ltd., wallboard 297.87 

Martin-Senour Co., enamel 45.06 

Masco Electric Co., electric supplies 6,782.03 

Mason Regulator Co. of Canada, valves, etc 29.81 

Matthews Bros., brass, etc 25.72 

Merck ana Co., chemicals 341.28 

A. Middleton and Co., paint 707.13 

Minneapolis Hone\ well Regulator Co., thermostats, motors, etc. 230.98 

Mitchell and McGiil, desks 119.97 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., construction work 1,123.90 

Monarch Belting Co., leather, belting 100.12 

Wallie Moore Paint Co., paint, oil 190.38 

J. H. Morin and Co., shellac _. _ 113.65 

Jas. Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., plumbing supplies 1,157.62 

Mount Royal Metal Co., metal 155.85 

A. Muirhead and Co., shellac, paint 132.71 

Alexander Murray, roofing supplies 202.07 

National Drug and Chemical Co., chemicals 220.39 

National Grocers Co., matches, etc 48.21 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 183 



National Specialty Co., advanco-tight 68.60 

New Sanitary Wipers and Waste Co., wipers 324.45 

Nichols Chemical Co.. chemicals 31.97 

Northern Electric Co., electrical supplies 222.80 

O'Cedar of Canada, polish, mops 95.65 

Oliver Lumber Co., lumber : 166.80 

Ontario Rubber Co., gaskets, etc 28.54 

Page Bros., soap, oil 1,306.51 

Pannill Door Co., doors, lumber 170.04 

Peckover's Ltd., brass rods, steel, etc 333.43 

H. W. Petrie Co.. chain blocks 45.00 

H. W. Phippen and Son, bricks 47.00 

Pilkington Bros., glass 116.77 

Pratt and Whitney, dies, etc 27.36 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, truck license 37.00 

Pr>al and N\e, batteries 87.40 

Renold-Coventry, reductors 192.15 

Jas. Robertson Co., plumbing supplies 974.15 

Robinson Clay Products, fire cla\-, etc 47.04 

Rolls and Darlington, drugs, etc '. 30.19 

Roofers SuppK' Co., roofing supplies 735.54 

Ruud Manufacturing Co.. coils 25.64 

Safety Supph- Co., fire extinguishers, goggles 52.93 

Salem's Garage, repairs 89.85 

Samuel Son and Co., steel, copper 2,934.41 

Sangamo Electric Co., electrical supplies 317.61 

Scarf e and Co., paints, varnish 1,608.37 

Scythes and Co., flags 25.72 

Shaw and Wright Co., hardware 1,098.03 

Shawinigan Chemicals, chemicals 41.95 

Sherwin Williams Co., paints 42.39 

W. Sherwood and Sons, electrical supplies 1,108.65 

T. S. Simms and Co.. brushes, etc 705.72 

Robert Simpson Co., matting, curtains, crockery, etc 731.00 

John B. Smith and Sons, lumber 3,956.56 

Irving Smith, saws 35.87 

Snap-on-Tools, tools, handles 48.80 

Soclean Ltd., polishes 49.65 

Square D. Company, electrical supplies 2,953.18 

Standard Chemical Co., chemicals 371.35 

Standard Sanitary and Dominion Radiator, heaters, etc 623.18 

Stanley Works of Canada, tools 26.50 

Steel Co. of Canada, benzol 82.65 

Wm. Stephenson, la> ing floor 200.00 

G. F. Sterne and Sons, varnish, etc 803.59 

Stewart and Wood, glue 184.31 

S. F. Stinson and Son, lumber 2,403.63 

Gilbert C. Store\- Machines, motors, blowers, etc 1,185.72 

Michael Stuart Co., steam traps 211.94 

Stuart and Foster, paste 32.40 

Sturgeon's, paints, etc. 417.53 

Sully Brass Foundry, castings, etc 36.34 

Superior Electric Supph Co., electrical supplies 6,895.35 

G. .A. Ta\lor Supply Co., flexiboard 60.24 

Textile Products Co.. towels, cheesecloth, etc 821.02 

Tha\er's, gasolene 1,025.23 

Toronto Salt Works, salt, sawdust 119.32 

Trane Co. of Canada, plumbing supplies 1,241.03 

Trelco Ltd.. paints 44.92 

Trcmco Mfg. Co., caulking 34.77 

United .Auto Parts, paint •. 147.00 

United Drug Co., chemicals 85.08 

United Steel Corporation, castings, etc 40.06 

C. C. Wakefield, castrol, etc 225.00 

Jas. E. Wall, batteries 36.15 

Welsh Lumber Co., lumber 42.50 

West Disinfectant Co., chemicals 144.98 

White's Hardware Ltd., hardware 2.290.14 

A. C. Wild and Co., pipe coverings, etc 1,185.26 

Wilkinson and Kompass, bolts, nuts 40.04 

-\. R. Williams Machinery Co., cutters, tools, etc 563.04 



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Williams and Wilson, vises, etc 

Wilson and Cousins, hose 

Windier Electric Co., starters, etc 

G. H. Wood and Co., cups, dispensers, etc 

Worr Foundr\- Co., bushings, etc 

Zenith Electric Supply Co., electrical supplies 

Travelling Expenses: (re work at Connaught Laboratories Farm.) 

R. Anderson 

R. Den\er 

E. Field 

R. Gaudiche 

J. W. Tipping 

Mrs. T. Allison, 5 months 

Universit\' Press, printing and stationerj' 

Accounts'under $2.5.00 (143) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $155.16; labour, $8,036.96; 

material, $1,847.39 



Less credits: 

Dominion Government, refund of ta.x on alcohol. $23,800.32 

Provincial Government, refund of tax on gasolene 310.56 

Sale of material, etc 1,169.68 



37.23 
364.67 
120.20 
233.79 

61.35 
796.07 

216.45 

10.53 

15.96 

54.72 

294.84 

467.08 

59.72 

1,215.32 

10,039.51 
$174,350.82 



25,280.56 



Sundr\- labour as per pay lists: 

Trade Mechanics and General Workmen $255,840.15 

Firemen, Nightwatchmen, etc. 49,769.75 

Cleaners and miscellaneous 174,815.50 



Apportionment of the foregoing: 
Administration ($64,975.04): 

Bursar's Office 

Registrar's Office 

Convocation Expenses 

E.xaminations 

Superintendent's Office 

Central Stores 

Grounds 

Protective Service 

Telephones 

Convocation and Simcoe Halls 

184 College Street 

86 Queen's Park 

Library ($6,745.80): 

Maintenance 

Building 

Athletics and Physical Training, etc. ($6,454.57): 

Athletics and Ph>sica! Training; — Men 

Athletics and Physical Training — Women 

Health Service 

Hart House — share of maintenance 

44 Hoskin Avenue 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Faculty of Arts ($58,231.14): 

Astronomy 

Botany 

Chemistry , 

Fine Art 

Geography 

Geolog\- 

Mathematics 

Mineralogy 

Phvsics 



Labour 



Material 



11.18 ? 


5 2.52 


17.50 




31.55 


3.68 


307.20 


1.40 


25.54 


21.86 


5,150.00 




16,469.01 


1,716.16 


19,425.77 


31.70 


5,319.61 




13,286.79 


1,218.33 


802.83 


187.06 


469.45 


475.90 


467.13 


374.31 


4,458.22 


1,446.14 


87.71 


38.94 


280.08 


126.73 


30.27 


31.35 


3,592.63 


1.391.57 


777.16 


98.13 


35.739.24 


3,201.65 


61.03 


27.50 


356.80 


457.95 


2,401.50 


2,831.95 


14.07 


21.03 


11.29 


5.24 


63.21 


80.24 


4.23 


.34 


170.47 


80.29 


963.33 


968.66 



$149,070.26 
$168,903.98 



480,425.40 
$649,329.38 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 185 



Political Economy 

Psychology 

Zoology 

University College General Expenses. 

Baldwin House 

Biological Building 

Botan>- Building 

Chemical Building 

David Dunlap Observatory 

Economics Building 

McLennan Laboratories 

Military Studies Building 

Psycholog>' Buildings 

University College Building 

43 St. George Street 

45 St. George Street 

47 St. George Street 

49 St. George Street 



Faculty of Medicine ($43,207.31): 

Anatom\- 

Biochemistry 

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

Medicine and Paediatrics 

Pathological Chemistry 

Patholog>' and Bacteriology 

Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

Physiology" 

Surgen,- 

General Expenses 

Anatomy Building 

Banting Institute 

Hygiene Building 

Medical Building 



2.56 




52.26 


30.27 


525.97 


514.47 


17.22 


3.03 


1,070.24 


409.56 


3,554.34 


962.66 


3,964.15 


.^00.00 


3,601.90 


601.28 


1,390.62 


142.74 


6.173.08 


862.25 


4,021.73 


635.36 


1,643.04 


117.76 


2.790.97 


293.68 


10,328.71 


1,621.32 


1,227.90 


121.60 


734.34 


87.05 


627.11 


44.55 


900.35 


137.94 


356.73 


157.89 


705.82 


1,148.96 


133.01 


98.80 


36.31 


164.21 


22.66 


105.27 


368.50 


621.48 


26.52 


149.89 


91.05 


437.66 


1.60 


5.51 


16.25 


20.47 


4,1.52.35 


626.39 


10,083.90 


1,252.13 


14.954.08 


1,848.77 


4,978.83 


642.27 



School of Hygiene: 

Maintenance 445.59 199.73 

Faculty of Applied Science ($31,871.86): 

Applied Physics 

School of .Architecture 

Chemical Engineering 

Civil Engineering — Municipal and Structural.. 
Civil Engineering — Sur\eying and Geodesy .... 

Electrical Engineering 

Engineering Drawing 

Mechanical Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 

Mining Engineering 

General Expenses 

Photographic Service 

Electrical Building 

Engineering Building 

Geodetic Observatory Building 

Mining Building (including Mill Building) 

Faculty of Dentistry ($8,625.57): 

Laborator\' and Infirmary Supplies 

Dental Building 



Faculty of Household Science ($3,961.43): 

Household Science 

Food Chemistry 

Household Science Building 

Faculty of Forestry ($1,642.50): 

Maintenance 

Forestry Building 

School of Social V\'ork: 

Maintenance 387.69 141.48 



476.44 


259.79 


59.39 


43.22 


1,488.92 


1,643.37 


92.10 


174.92 


135.16 


255.27 


183.77 


102.97 


193.95 


80.20 


1,079.43 


1,027.40 


233.93 


320.56 


29.87 


158.60 


224.53 


72.87 


64.41 


93.92 


5.858.57 


2,763.60 


4,217.32 


893.86 


340.62 


76.72 


7.967.95 


1.2.58.23 


1,1.53.27 


889.28 


5,261.-50 


1,321. .52 


91.03 


79.16 


48.28 


74.41 


3.178.48 


490.07 


472.00 


360.03 


672.24 


138.23 



186 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



School of Nursing ($5,613.16): 

School Maintenance 22.74 3.84 

Residence Maintenance 38.96 83.29 

Building— 7 Queen's Park (including portable) 3.610.40 1,498.41 

Building— 8.5 Greenville Street 126.14 . 229.38 

School of Physical and Health Education: 

Maintenance 5.62 6.36 

University E.xtension and Publicity 1,396.51 372.80 

Men's Residences: 

Maintenance of Buildings 14..557.99 1,459.73 

Women's Residence and Union ($10,555.81): 

Maintenance of Buildings 4,809.01 1,648.71 

Housekeeping Account 1,715.08 2,383.01 

Central Power Plant 30,978.43 2,089.50 

Special Research (including Banting and Best) 2.587.67 3,152.85 

Superintendent's Stores 8,036.96 1,847.39 

Ontario College of Education 18,185.21 4,106.38 

Receptions 5.00 

86 Queen's Park Rehabilitation 477.03 207.89 

Alterations, 5 Willcocks Street 4,458.77 1,480.13 

Alterations, 146 St. George Street 4,977.75 1,211.12 

Alterations, Librarx roof 2,240.50 618.58 

Alterations and Furnishings, Forestry' Building 896.90 785.16 

Work done for University organizations, members of 
staff, incidental accounts, etc. (including .Ac- 
counts Receivable on 30th June. $44,245.33) $157,593.39 $ 78,615.88 



$480,425.40 $143,985.67 



$624,411.07 



Ledger Balance. 30th June, 1945 $ 24.918.31 

(Superintendent's Inventory \'alue $39,230.11) 

APPENDIX \'. 
Ontario College of Education 

Balance on hand June 30, 1944 $51,502.58 

Receipts, 1944-1945: 

Legislative Grant $276,000.00 

Less Salaries paid direct: 

A. Macdonald $4,462.44 

C. T. Sharpe 2,835.00 

7.297.44 

$268,702.56 

Fees of students _ 51,718.12 

Use of Aura Lee Grounds (Ontario College of Education Athletic 

Field) 600.00 

$321,020.68 

$372,523.26 
Expenditures for salaries and maintenance for the year ending June 30. 1945 342.526.02 

$ 29.997.24 



Salaries 

A. C. Lewis. Dean (paid also $1,120 for Summer Courses) $ 6,000.00 

Professors: 

W. G. Bennett. Commercial Subjects (paid also $70 for High 

School Summer Course) 4.700.00 

W. J. Loueheed. Methods in Mathematics (paid also $560 for 

High School Summer Course) 4.700.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 187 



J. A. Long, Educational Research; also Director of Department 
(paid also $700 for Summer Courses and $427.50 for Exten- 
sion Work) 4.700.00 

Miss W . G. Barnstead; also Director of Library School 4,700.00 

C. E. Phillips. History of Education; also Editor of "The School" 
(paid also $350 for Summer Course and $220 in School of 
Xursing) 4,700.00 

B. C. Diltz, English and History (paid also $560 for Summer 

Course) ' 4,650.00 

Associate Professors: 

E. L. Daniher, Histor\ (paid also $910 for Summer Courses) 4,500.00 
Miss H. B. St. John, French and German; also Supervisor of 

Women Students (paid also $420 for High School Summer 

Course) 4.500.00 

Home Economics: 

Miss C. R. Dean 4.100.00 

Miss R. E. Ratz 4,100.00 

Miss B. Bassam. Library Science in the Library School 3.500.00 

Adrian Macdonald, Elementar\- Subjects (salary paid by Depart- 
ment of Education: paid $700 for Summer Courses) 

Assistant Professors: 

F. Halbus, Physical Education 4,325.00 

A. G. Croal, Methods in Science (paid also $420 for High School 

Summer Course and $54 for E.xtension Work) 4,100.00 

Miss H. L. Bryans, Physical Education 4,000.00 

R. W. B. Jackson. Educational Research; also Assistant Director 
of Department (paid also $280 for Summer Course and $200 

in Faculty of Arts) 3,700.00 

Miss M. E. Siherthorn. Library Science in the Library School 3,300.00 

J. D. Morrow, Instructor in Methods in Classics (Sessional; paid also 

$420 for High School Summer Course and $9 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

Lecturers: 

Miss .\. Marsh. Art, resigned June 30 3,825.00 

M. D. Parmenter. Guidance (paid also $700 in X'ocational 
Guidance Centre; $350 for High School Summer Course and 

$125 for Extension Work) 3.200.00 

Miss \'. B. Xichol, Home Economics 2,900.00 

A. J. Phillips, Educational Research 2..500.00 

Mrs. Margaret Macdonnell. Library Science in the Librar\- School 2,100.00 

Norman Davies. Methods in Agriculture (Sessional) 300.00 

Lecturers and Instructors in University Schools: 

G. N. Bramfitt. Diction and \'oice Production (paid also $750 for 

E.xtension Work) 4,000.00 

A. T. McLachlan, Manual Training (paid also $1,200 for Exten- 
sion Work) 3,900.00 

L. R. Bell, Music 3.500.00 

Instructors in University Schools: 

W. B. MacMurray, Headmaster (paid also $560 for High School 

Summer Course) 4,300.09 

G. A. Cline (paid also $140 for High School Summer Course) . 4.000.00 

J. L. Gill (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course) 4.000.00 

Norman McLeod 4.000.00 

N. L. Murch (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course and 

$27 for E.xtension Work) 4.000.00 

P. A. Petrie (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course and 

$48 for Extension Work) 4.000.00 

W. L. C. Richardson (paid also $420 for High School Summer 

Course) 4,000.00 

R. F. S. Baird 4.000.00 

E. J. Collins 3.600.00 

A. H. Louden (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course) 3.600.00 

J. R. Willis (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course) 3.600.00 
H. McGuire, at $3,600; on War Service; contribution to Teachers' 

Insurance and .Annuity Association 180.00 

.\. D. Lockhart (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course 

and $33 for Extension W^ork) 3,300.00 

L. H. Newell (paid also $201.50 for Extension Work) 3,300.00 



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H. L. Dilworth (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course) 3,000.00 

W. B. Gray (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course) ... 2,^00.00 

K. E. Prentice (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course) 2,600.00 

B. C. Taylor, at $2,600; on War Service; contribution to Govern- 

ment Superannuation Fund 91.00 

J. S. Carlisle (paid also $420 for High School Summer Course).... 2,200.00 

J. L. MacDowell 2,100.00 

C. T. Sharpe (salary paid by Department of Education) 

G. W. Cochrane, Instructor in Swimming and Supervisor of U.T.S. 

Athletic Grounds and Sport 3,200.00 

Instructors in Library School (Sessional): 

Miss L. H. Smith, Work with Boys and Girls 450.00 

W. S. Wallace, College and University Libraries (paid also $5,650 

as University' Librarian ) 350.00 

A. Mowat, Administiation of Libraries 150.00 

Miss M. E. M. Poole, Special Libraries •.... 150.00 

C. R. Sanderson, Circulation of Books 150.00 

MissF. Trotter 150.00 

Instructors in Courses for Degrees in Pedagogy (Sessional): 

F. W. Minkler 200.00 

T. H. W. Martin 100.00 

Griffith Tavlor, Special Lecturer in Geography (paid also $4,000 in 

Faculty of Arts) ' 2,500.00 

J. H. Hardy, Research Assistant, January- to June 1,750.00 

Occasional Lecturers in the Library School: 

F. C. Jennings (including expenses $23.80) 53.80 

R. E. Crouch (including expenses $20.15) 35.15 

Miss Elizabeth Long 30.00 

E. J. Pratt (paid also $180 in Faculty of Dentistry) 30.00 

J. H. Ryan ' 30.00 

MissF. L. Cameron (including expenses $12.25) 27.25 

David Smith (including expenses $10.35) 25.35 

J.J. Talman (including expenses $8.15) 23.15 

Miss E. Dafoe (including expenses $6.65) 21.65 

MissF. Waldon (including expenses $2.35) 17.35 

Miss M. R. Macdonald (including expenses $1.83) 16.83 

Miss N. Baleson 15.00 

G. A. Cornish 15.00 

Miss G. Hyndman 15.00 

Miss M. Shepard 15.00 

Rt. Rev. W. C. White (paid also in School of Chinese Studies 

and in Ro\al Ontario Museum) 15.00 

Miss A. WVight 15.00 

Supply Teachers, at $7.50 per day: 

Mrs. Lucille Blair 150.00 

H. D. Nobbs 75.00 

R. H. Knowles 67.50 

A. T. Uhle 67.50 

W. A. E. Parrott 60.00 

B. Comeau 45.00 

Miss K. Ironside 37.50 

H. F. Bradshaw 15.00 

T. A. Cooney 15.00 

Miss M. Dennys 7.50 

Mrs. Catherine Giles 7.50 

Miss D. A. Thompson, Librarian 2,900.00 

Assistant Librarians: 

Miss D. O. W'alter 2,200.00 

Mrs. Marjory B. Stewart 1,300.00 

Revisers in the Library School: 

Miss C. G. Miller 1,300.00 

Miss M. Faircloth, at $1,400; resigned July 31 (paid also $25 

from Clerical Assistance) 116.67 

Miss L. Swinarton, Secretary 2,750.00 

Miss E. G. Seldon, Clerk in the Headmaster's Office 1,900.00 



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Clerks: 

Miss J. M. Jeffrey 2,000.00 

Miss A. A. Elliott 1,900.00 

Mrs. Catherine Grant 1,600.00 

Miss M. Hambly 1,300.00 

Miss M. Clemens, Pianist in Physical and Health Education for 

Women (Sessional) 400.00 

$197,035.70 

Retiring Allowances: 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuit\' Association, contribution of 

College for year ending 30th June, 1945. to retiring fund . 3,865.32 
Contribution of College for \ear ending 30th June, 1945, Uni- 
versity Pension Fund — Employees 1,373.33 

$ 5,238.65 

Charges on Inyestment: 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, proportion of annual 
paxment on debenture issue of 1909 for interest and sinking 
fund $ 10,000.00 

Maintenance of Buildings: 
Fuel ($4,234.96): 

Great Lakes Coal Co $ 3,902.56 

Halliday Bros 332.40 

Gas, City Current and Occasional Fuel ($2,969.31): 

Gas, $352.27; electric current, $1,974.92; water, $201.67; 

telephone, $418.70 2,947.56 

P. Burns and Co 21.75 

Careaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 746.03 

Cleaning, Furnaceman: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 9,389.75 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,365.20): 

Wm. Bartlett and Sons, repairs to shades 64.90 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., service 10.75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,409.72; material, $879.83 3,289.55 

Alterations: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $901.35; material, $123.22 . 1,024.57 

Grounds: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $710.23; material, $22.25 ... 732.48 

Caretaker and Engineer: 

J. Harding 1,850.00 

Nightwatchmen ($1,672.54): 

T. E. Armstrong, 1 month (paid also in Protective Service and 

Connaught Laboratories) 115.00 

F. Bettridge, 13 nights (paid also in Protective Service and Con- 

naught Laboratories) 47.08 

W. M. Lotto, 5 months (paid also in Protective Service and 

Connaught Laboratories) 575.00 

H. McGee, 6 months (paid also in Protective Service) 660.00 

J. Mclntyre, 16 nights (paid also in Protective Service and 

Connaugh t Laboratories) 60.96 

G. Poutney, 25 nights (paid also in Protective Service and 

Connaught Laboratories) 214.50 

$ 25,984.84 
Less Credits: Cleaning, $375.50; caretaker's supplies, $19.75; 
light, $119.50; telephone, $40.05; repairs and re- 
newals, $17.44 572.24 

$ 25,412.60 

Maintenance of Aura Lee Grounds: 

Fuel: Halliday Bros $ 95.29 

Gas, $27.42; electric current, $46.03; water, $20.32; telephone, 

$107.20; Superintendent's Dept., labour, $42.86 243.83 

Caretaker's .Supplies: Superintendent's Dept., material 21.14 



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Repairs and Renewals ($700.98) : 

Allen Manufacturing, laundry .15 

Superintendent's De^pt., labour, $352.72; material, $348.11 ... 700.83 

Sundries and Occasional Labour ($490.78) : 

Stan. Lane, sharpening lawn mower 2.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $452.87; material, $35.91 . 488.87 

Caretaker: G. Cruickshanks, 12 months (with living quarters 

valued at $200.00) 1,400.00 



Maintenance of Instruction: 
Use of City Schools: 

Board of Education, City of Toronto $ 24,147.50 

Use of Rural Schools ($100.00): 

Honoraria to Critic Teachers — .Agriculture: 

Principal R. H. King 50.00 

D. G. McBain 25.00 

W. A. Porter 25.00 

Honoraria to Teachers in Rural Schools ($348.00): 

Miss Mamie Archer 50.00 

F. H. Craig 10.00 

Miss Kathleen Dolan 25.00 

Miss Margaret Frazer 25.00 

Miss R. J. Harrison 10.00 

Miss Vida Lidkea 125.00 

Miss Kate Morrison 25.00 

Miss Mary Mustard 25.00 

Miss Margaret Reid 25.00 

B. R. Wilson 10.00 

Sundry persons (3) 18.00 

C. R. Jarvis, Instructor in Penmanship 100.00 

W. R. Stewart, Instructor in Spanish 100.00 

Living Expenses of Teachers in training ($267.75): 

Miss Yvonne Brand 10.00 

Mrs. J. F. Chellen 10.00 

Mrs. E. Over 10.00 

MissG. Falls 10.00 

Miss M. Geering 10.00 

Miss H. Gilmour 10.00 

Miss R. Graham 10.00 

Mrs. P. Hess ........:.: ; 10.00 

Miss R. Johnson 10.00 

Miss H. Kitto 10.00 

Miss B. Moore 10.00 

Miss M. Neale 10.00 

Miss M. Paddon , 10.00 

Miss E. Perdue ...:.....'.:.:....'.'..:.: : 10.00 

Miss M. Robertson 10.00 

Miss P. Stroud 10.00 

Sundry persons (2)....- 12.35 

Hart House, lunches 14.40 

Sundry Travelling Expenses: 

Graj' Coach Lines 54.80 

Dean A. C. Lewis _ 26.20 

Art Gallerv of Toronto, services in connection with practice 

teaching 6,000.00 

Payments to Librarians who assist in practical work ($831.60): 

MissL. Booth ;..: 25.00 

MissG. Bovle :;..:.: 75.00 

Miss M. Fleming 50.00 

Miss J. Fowler 25.00 

Miss M. Forman 75.00 

Miss M. Eraser 25.00 

Miss E. Gordon 25.00 

Miss M. Johnston 50.00 

Miss I. Locheed 75.00 



$ 2,952.02 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



191 



Miss M. Mustard 

Miss M. L. Newton 

Miss M. Reid 

Miss J. Rorke 

Miss E. Shaw 

Miss E. VVickson 

Miss H. G. Woolryche 
Sundry persons (2) 



Laboratory Assistance: 

Mrs. S. McKerrighan, 440 hours 

Contingencies ($246.24): 

Miss Winnifred Barnstead, travelling expenses 

Miss Ruth Dean, travelling expenses 

Dean A. C. Lewis, travelling expenses 

Office Supplies ($2,739.69): 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., stencils, ink, etc 

Mitchell and McGill, desk 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., folders, etc 

Postage 

Robbins and Townsend, tvpewriter service, etc 

Stephens Sales Ltd., paper 

Universit>- Press, printing and stationerv' 

Clerical Assistance: 

Miss E. M. Fairchild, 5 weeks 

xMiss A. S. F. Hall, 2 weeks 

Miss G. M. Harvey, 2 weeks 

Miss Marv' McKay, 20 weeks, 3 dajs 

Sundry persons (4) 

Accounts under $10.00 (11) 

Sundry disbursements bv department: telephone, $30.93; 

sundries, $5.29 ' 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $60.29: labour. $15.49: 

ma teria 1 , $64 .53 

Office Supplies for Library School ($434.89): 

Mitchell and McGill, cabinets 

Moyer's School Supplies, paper 

Postage 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2) ' 

Sundry disbursement by department: pamphlets, $9.60; 

telephone, $2. .54; supplies and sundries, $7.86 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

General Supplies and Apparatus for classroom use ($5,266.13): 

Anglo-Canadian Music Co., music 

Artists' Supph' Co., colours 

Associated Screen News, film 

Bellman Publishing Co., monographs 

W. G. Bennett, preparation of bulletins, etc ; 

J. Blood, meat, etc. 

Bureau of X'isual Instruction, film 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., repairs 

Canadian Laboratorv' Supplies, glassware 

Canadian VVestinghouse Co., repairs to refrigerator 

Gus Cancilla, provisions 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, lamps, etc 

Clarke Irwin and Co., books 

Commonwealth Book Co., books 

Copp Clark Co., books 

J. M. Dent and Sons (Canada) books 

T. Eaton Co., materials, provisions, etc 

Department of Educational Research, Ontario College of 

Education, tests 

W. J. Gage and Co., books 

General Films Ltd., films, etc 

Grand and Toy, folders 

J. M. Green Music Co., tuning fork, etc 

Hallidav' Co., lumber 



25.00 
25.00 
50.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
6.60 



174.20 



4.35 

188.39 
53.50 



238.10 
47.25 
28.53 

415.00 
48.25 

211.65 

801.32 



125.00 
50.00 
50.00 

483.71 
22.72 
41.63 

36.22 

140.31 



39.00 
21.91 
66.00 
274.59 
10.40 

20.00 
2.99 



10.50 
16.00 
49.50 
16.05 
72.00 
14.22 

105.73 
18.38 
84.37 
58.00 

151.09 

120.29 
35.43 
22.95 
89.17 
41.44 

129.76 

17.50 
12.76 
206.18 
86.00 
14.31 
66.50 



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No. 12 



Geo. M. Hendry Co., maps, etc 22.35 

Institute for Research, books .58.31 

A. Kruby, camera repairs 10.00 

Longmans Green and Co., books 11.94 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, books 48.44 

Geo. J. McLeod, books 44.22 

Marchant Calculators, repairs 13.90 

Morgan Dillan and Co., monographs 10.93 

Musson Book Co., books 14.00 

National Committee for Mental H\giene and \'ocational 

Guidance, film, etc. 55.66 

Dr. Leola Neal, honorarium for lecture, travelling expenses 150.00 

New Method Laundry, cleaning 35.63 

Occupational Index Inc., subscriptions, etc 30.70 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinets, etc 150.68 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning 20.25 

Prince Hardware Co., strainer, etc 16.15 

Promenade Music Centre, records, etc 148.53 

Rayner Construction Ltd., snow cleaning and transportation 

of snow plow 68.25 

Ramsay Business Systems, business s>stem 22.50 

Remington Rand Ltd., cards, etc 35.65 

Mrs. Z. Rowan, clerical assistance 10.18 

Ryerson Press, books 43.90 

Science Research Association, books 73.08 

Robert Simpson Co., paintings, etc 17.37 

John B. Smith and Sons, lumber 87.31 

Leslie \'. Smith, engrossing diplomas 98.50 

Society- for Occupational Research, books 16.07 

Stanford University Press, books 12.55 

Static Shop, record player 12.75 

Superintendent of Documents, Washington, pamphlets 14.03 

G. Tamblyn, soap 11.35 

Gordon \'. Thompson Ltd., music \ 15.79 

Troxer Natural Science Services, specimens 66.80 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, rentals 160.00 

Vocational Guidance Centre, tests, etc 208.13 

Waller Office Appliance Co., repairs 18.25 

Warwick Bros, and Rutter, examination paper, etc 133.80 

Women's Art Association of Canada, demonstrations 50.00 

Payments to Examiners, extra mural examinations: 

W. G. Bennett 11.45 

G. A. Cornish 37.12 

E. L. Daniher 23.25 

B. C. Diltz 27.75 

D. A. Lapp 21.00 

A. C. Lewis 21.37 

A. H. Louden 30.00 

W. J. Lougheed 13.87 

Dr. C. E. Mark 33.00 

J. D. Morrow 11.25 

Dr. R. Millette 27.00 

J. A. Partridge 21.00 

E. H. McKone 27.00 

Dr. G. A. McMillan 24.00 

Miss H. B. St. John 11.62 

Mrs. M. M. Sibben 27.00 

S. A. Watson 30.00 

L. J. Williams 27.00 

Sundry persons (10) 30.73 

University Press, books, printing and stationery 459.79 

Accounts under $10.00 (68) 266.29 

Sundry disbursements by department: supplies for labora- 
tories, $53.92; stationery, pamphlets, etc., $12.81; 

sundries, $3.75 70.48 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $22.11; labour, $387.88; 

material, $148.09 558.08 

Supplies and equipment for Library School ($1,155.82): 

American Library .Association, books 110.96 

Miss Winnifred Barnstead, travelling expenses 16.15 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 193 



Bookshelf Bindery, binding books 51.80 

W'm. Collins Sons and Co., books 14.40 

\V. H. Dudley, slides 40.24 

Gordon and Gotch (Canada) subscriptions 85.96 

Grafton and Co., books 11.20 

Grand and Toy, guides 28.25 

Lowe-Martin Co., cards , 29.24 

George J. McLeod, books 29.20 

Ontario Library Association, dues 10.00 

Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, books , 15.60 

Promenade Music Centre, records 26.00 

Oswald Purkis, posters 35.31 

Robbins and Townsend, inspections 13.40 

R\erson Press, books 10.72 

S. J. Reginald Saunders, books 16.77 

Smith and Corona Typewriters, rentals 60.00 

Special Libraries .Association, books, dues 13.41 

\'ocational Guidance Centre, books 20.24 

H. \V. Wilson Co., books 85.54 

University Press, books, stationery 138.60 

-Accounts'under $10.00 (19) ' 74.88 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $38.96; labour, $133.77; 

material, $45.22 217.95 

Library- Books, Periodicals, etc. ($1,394.36): 

American Library Asociation, subscriptions 10.22 

Bookshelf Bindery, binding books 20.33 

Clarke Irwin Co., books 13.76 

Copp Clark Co., books 38.07 

W'm. Dawson Subscription Service, subscriptions 112.52 

Geographical Magazine Ltd., subscription, books 10.19 

Mrs. Helen Langs, clerical assistance, 6 weeks 1.50.00 

Librarian of Congress, cards 12.99 

Lowe-Martin Co., cards, etc. 25.29 

Frank E. Lucas, subscriptions 32.70 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, books 23.40 

McClennan and Stewart, books 30.72 

Musson Book Co., books 10.69 

Renouf Publishing Co., books 11.68 

Ryerson Press, books 41.47 

H. \V. Wilson Co., books 93.05 

Uniyersit\- Press, books, stationery 590.23 

Accounts under $10.00 (48) '. 167.05 

Physical Education, including care of grounds. Field Daw Sports, 
etc. ($4.53.62): 

Independent Towel Supply, towels 22.50 

Lackie Manufacturing Co.. cups, medals 179.24 
University of Toronto Athletic Association, practice privileges 

at \arsity Arena 100.00 

H. .\. Wilson Co., emblems, balls, etc. 121.86 

Superintendent's Dept., material 30.02 

Lunchroom Equipment ($157.69): 

Cassidy's Limited, dishes, etc 43.14 

Ocean Chemicals, Ltd., fumigation 75.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $21.80; material, $17.75 39.55 

Graduate Courses and Summer Session ($2,680.00): 
Instructors: 

E. L. Daniher 350.00 

W. K. B. Jackson 280.00 

A. C. Lewis 350.00 

J. A. Long 350.00 

Adrian MacDonald 350.00 

T. H. W. Martin 280.00 

F. W. Minkler 350.00 

C. E. Phillips 350.00 

Miss L. H. Smith 20.00 



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Department of Educational Research: 
Research Assistants ($4,950.00): 

N. B. Baird, 9 months 

E. E. M. Joblin, 10 months 

Miss K. M. Hobday, Secretary and Research Assistant 

Clerical Assistants ($6,273.27): 

Miss M. Graham 

Miss M. Spalding (paid also $65 for Extension Work) 

Mrs. Eileen Black .' 

Miss E. Callow, 7 months 

Miss C. Gordon 

Mrs. Eleanor M. Craddock 

Mrs. Jean Heeley 

Miss E. Fuller ...' 



Occasional Assistants ($2,279.46): 

Mrs. R. S. Beattie 

Mrs. E. R. A. Bruce 

Mrs. Kathleen Gaitskell 

Miss J. Phillips 

Miss A. Halfyard 

Mrs. Margaret Cozzi ." 

Miss K. Takimoto 

Mrs. Dorothy Mclntyre 

Miss O. Ibberson 

Miss F. Allen 

Mis I. Althouse 

Miss D. Lewis 

D. Taylor 

Miss G. Church 

Miss M. Duncan 

A. McMaster 

Miss M. Jackson 

Miss J. Delahe^• 

C. D. Gaitskelf 

Miss B. E. Dyer >., 

W. Hughes 

Mrs. R. Lapratte 

J. Morton 

H. Howson 

J. Harding (paid also $1,850 as caretaker) 

Office Supplies, printing, etc. ($3,333.40): 

Callow Bros., staples, erasers, etc. 

Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., stencils, ink, etc 

Grand and Toy, trays 

National Stationers, folders ,....,; 

Leonard A. Phillip and Co., repairs j 

Postage 

Robbins and Townsend, inspections, ribbons 

"The School," Ontario College of Education, advertising 
Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter, $140.40; rentals, $5.00 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, sight meter 

Universitx' Press, binding, books, stationery, etc 

Accounts'under $10.00 (4) ' 

Sundry disbursements by department: supplies. $21.72; 

cartage, etc., $3.90; telegrams, postage, $4.38 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $89.71; labour, $2.67 

Students' Social Activities ($396.53): 

Ontario College of Education Student Society, refreshments 

U.T.S. Cafeteria, refreshments 

Sundry disbursements by department: banquets, etc., $76.17; 

sandwiches, etc., $31.94; pop and milk, $13.15 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Summer Session for High School Assistants ($12,693.33): 

Miss E. J. Affleck 

W. G. Bennett 

C. W. Booth 

J. S. Carlisle 



1,800.00 

750.00 

2,400.00 



1,800.00 

1,700.00 

1,100.00 

1,054.56 

339.73 

112.86 

111.00 

55.12 



550.35 

477.91 

357.10 

119.70 

113.40 

87.45 

82.35 

74.71 

64.35 

45.01 

39.60 

38.70 

36.23 

34.20 

34.20 

32.18 

24.53 

22.05 

17.70 

9.45 

5.21 

4.50 

4.00 

2.48 

2.10 



12.60 

113.73 

15.98 

13.75 

14.56 

270.00 

40.20 

45,00 

151.40 

18.79 

2,490.77 

24.24 

30.00 
92.38 

25.07 
225.45 

121.26 
24.75 

280.00 

70.00 

420.00 

420.00 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 195 



G. A. Clinc 140.00 

G. A. Cornish 560.00 

A. G. Croal 420.00 

E. L. Daniher 560.00 

B. C. Diltz 560.00 

H. L. Dilworth 420.00 

J. L. Gill 420.00 

W. B. Gray 420.00 

W. L. Keeling 420.00 

A. C. Lewis 770.00 

A. D. Lockhart 420.00 

J. A. Long 350.00 

A. H. Loudon 420.00 

W. J. Lougheed 560.00 

A. MacDonald 350.00 

W. B. MacMurrav 560.00 

J. D. Morrow } 420.00 

N. L. Murch 420.00 

M. D. Parmenter 350.00 

P. A. Petrie 420.00 

K. E. Prentice 420.00 

N. W. Remolds 420.00 

W. L. C. Richardson 420.00 

Miss H. B. St. John 420.00 

Miss M. L. Stock 280.00 

J. R.Willis 420.00 

Clerical Assistance: 

Miss Bessie Way, 8 weeks, 1 day 163.33 

Publication of "The School" and distribution in Training Schools: 

"The School" 5,000.00 

Increasing Classroom Illumination: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $689.35; material, $810.65 ... 1,500.00 
Vocational Guidance Centre: 
Salaries: 

M. D. Parmenter, Director, from December 1, 1945 (paid 

also $3,200 as Lecturer in Guidance) 700.00 

Secretarial Assistants ($643.00): 

Miss A. S. F. Hall, 16 weeks at $25 450.00 

Miss P. O. Harvey, 7 weeks at $25 175.00 

Miss N. Novick, 1 week 18.00 

Clerical Assistance ($467.53): 

Miss Nina Novick, 7 weeks and 5 days at $17.00 per week; 

13 weeks at $18.00 per week 367.00 

J. Paterson-Smvth, 71^^ hours at 50c 35.63 

Arthur Jackes, 21li hours at 50c 13.63 

R. Buchanan, 26?i? hours at 50c 13.14 

Sundry persons (10) 38.13 

Materials and Supplies ($24,102.22): 

American Institute of Laundering, books 12.39 

Barber-Ellis of Canada Ltd., envelopes 53.12 

H. R. Beattie, publishing rights 100.00 

L. R. Bell, manuscript 10.00 

Board of Education, Hamilton, booklets 25.00 

The Book Store, books 20.00 

Bureau of Education Research and Service, books 85.55 

Bureau of Publications, books 283.44 

Bernard Cairns, stamps 56.76 

California Test Bureau, books 135.99 

Canadian Home Economics Association 10.00 

Centre for Psychological Service, tests 102.68 

Champaign Senior High School, charts 83.53 

Dominion Bureau of Statistics, books 15.00 

Dominion Supply Service, stapler 28.25 

Department of Educational Research, Ontario College of 

Education, books, tests 3,585.68 

Educational Test Bureau, calculators, etc 85.66 



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Carl Fischer Inc., tests 83.54 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., paper 25.20 

Grand and Toy Ltd., paper, staples, etc 49.70 

Greenway Press Ltd., pamphlets, etc 554.51 

Guidance Publishing Co., books, etc 3.832.37 

Houghton Mifflin Co., books 547.66 

Howlett and Smith, zinc halftones 19.91 

M. Langmuir Manufacturing Co., filing cabinet 239.98 

Leader Messenger Service, deliveries 70.14 

McKnight and McKnight, books 97.15 

Mack Printing Co., books 27.91 

Dr. V. M. Marshall, booklets 52.68 

National Committee on Mental Hvgiene, guidance material, 

$7,729.18; accounts receivable, $2,104.91 9,834.09 

National Council on Business Schools, manuals 18.93 

Postage 434.83 

Provincial Envelope Co. of Canada, envelopes 79.49 

Psychological Corporation, books 626.96 

Psychological Institute, tests, etc 298.44 

Public School Publishing Co., tests, etc 384.91 

W . Gerald Raymore, photographer's services 13.00 

Remington Rand Ltd., adder 193.50 

Scarboro Collegiate Institute, booklets 19.00 

"The School," Ontario College of Education, advertising 13.00 

Science Research .Associates, sheets, books 49.79 

John Spanner, manuscript 10.00 

Stanford University Press, books 285.81 

Stevenson and Kellog, booklets 22.00 

Superintendent of Documents, books, etc 104.40 

\'ictoria Paper and Twine Co., paper 30.66 

World Book Co., books 442.44 

•Accounts under $10.00 (10) 47.19 

Sundrv disbursements b\- department: postage, $64.32; 
sundries, $20.39; supplies, $10.37; express, $5.46; tele- 
phone, $1.78 = $102.32 -less, from sale of stamps, $2.32 100.00 
Superintendent's Dept., freight, $706.21; lafjour, $20.60; 

material, $72.87 799.68 

Office Equipment and Alterations ($3,260.24): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., holders 1.82 

Barber-Ellis of Canada Ltd., envelopes, etc 25.91 

Bernard Cairns Ltd., daters, etc; 12.61 

Deer Fi.xture Co. Ltd., scale 85.00 

Dominion Metalware Industries, truck 25.50 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., desk, chairs, etc 188.00 

Elliott Addressing Machine Co., stencils, etc 49.00 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., Gestetner and cabinet, $270.00; 

stencils, etc., $15.95 285.95 

Grand and Toy, filing cabinets, $223.00; ledger sheets, etc., 

$95.18 318.18 

Greenway Press, envelopes 183.50 

National Committee for Mental Hygiene, office equipment ' 75.00 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cupboard 40.00 

Remington Rand, typewriter 92.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter 153.90 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone Service, $61.62; labour, 

$864.16; material, $798.09 1,723.87 

$112,196.47 
Sale of Guidance material, desks, etc. 10,309.42 



$101,887.05 



$342,526.02 



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